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has anyone used a chainsaw at a young age about 14 15 i am gonna use one soon just wondering i am gonna use a 16 in poulan pro

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  • Bo
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    As a retired ER Nurse, let me say that Santa is more correct than most people know. It is a dangerous tool that does not tolerate any carelessness at all. Any time this dog bites you, it will leave a mark that you will carry to your grave.

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  • 6phunter
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    santas free advise doesn't mean it should be taken casually,I've seen grown experienced men hurt when they thought they had it all figured out. treat it like a mule that waits for that split second you become complacent to change your life forever .

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  • santa
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    I will give you sometihing for FREE, that is advice. A chain saw is dangerous. Get some good guidance on how to use a chain saw. Be extra careful, a chain saw can do more damage in an instant than a good surgeon can repair in hours.

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  • Smitty18
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    I am nearing 15 and use an axe and a maul more than a chain saw. i do use a chain saw on occasion but mainly i take the axe to branches and then split it into firewood. Like DSMbirddog said, be careful.

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  • DSMbirddog
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    I did but I had a lot of guidance from my father the first couple times. I was not felling trees however, that takes a lot of practice and experience. The tree has to go a pre planned direction, you have to watch for potential kick backs, all sorts of things. Be careful.

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