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....just makes me....uneasy....at least the first 10 seconds. Anyone else?

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The scariest thing is I am not sure how I even ran across it, or if it found me....and when he says to subscribe, I get the feeling that my family may be in jeopardy if I don't....

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I find they shine in different areas. If dealing with large-boned opponents, then the Stihl holds up better in that denser medium. If you expect to encounter a lot of fatty tissue, then either will serve you well....heck, even a Troy-Built will get the job done. Wink

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All very good points indeed. I remain a fan of the tried and true manual techniques. A good felling axe with a 31" or over length will have a reach advantage over most power tools, and Fiskars is doing great things with the design of their low-friction splitting mauls that have the potential to split through the more challenging material with minimal chance of getting wedged in and stuck.
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If I was that dog, I'd run!

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Yeah.... when the dog disappeared from the shot I was very concerned. Either he got away or there are gonna be some dog parts cooking over that fire pit later....

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