I have asked this question in a couple of other newsgroups,
but instead of getting an useful answer, I have mostly got
"buy a chainsaw".
We recently had storm bring down some trees and I will be cleaning
them up soon. I am looking for a good crosscut saw to use for the
task. Biggest diameter log is about 10". I see that Garrett Wade has a
28" saw that looke pretty good, but doesn't have a normal logging
tooth (IE tuttle):
The Crosscut Saw Company has several to choose from but I don't know anything
about their quality - do they sell good stuff?
However, they mostly seem too large - I'm not felling, just cutting up to stove
And finally, Lehmans has a few, can't tell anything about their quality:
Are there any sources I'm overlooking?
I'm leaning toward the one from Garrett Wade, but the tooth style
Or maybe the German made saw from Lehmans.