Is it entirely me, or does the cheap chainsaw share the blame?

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That would be a lifetime for me. I will be careful from here out!
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Toller wrote:

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My own experience in Oregon cutting a lot of wood for wood stoves over the last 25 years is that its chain, chain, chain (sharpen, sharpen, sharpen) chain tightness and bar oil. Lots of bar oil.

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