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Old 02-08-2021, 12:39 PM #16
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I have that hand saw pictured above by someone....handy!! I also have a battery operated Milwaukee chainsaw and two huge batteries. No need for a plug in, which will likely be less powerful anyway. I have tested the Milwaukee or a decent sized tree. It took maybe 25% of the battery and I carry two. They hold charge forever (a year for me, before I had to use again in my yard and charge up). Nothing beats a gas chainsaw for raw power and endurance but I'm not carrying that crap inside the vehicle.
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I mean the best thing I would recommend is getting one that fits and is quite solid, and then looking for a good circular blade. I'm not a professional by any means, but during quarantine I took on a pretty impressive project for my experience, that is building a cozy cabin that I could make as a trailer to my car, to go on adventures once this craziness was over. I learned quite a bit about different tools that I had not even heard about before taking this on. One instance that stuck in my hand was when the blade of my new saw broke and I had to look for a better circular saw blade for plywood. It made all the difference in the world, that's why I recommend going this way.

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Any saw that will do big work is too big to easily pack. I have hiked my Stihl MS291 miles to do trail work on large trees, and you also need gas and bar oil, so it gets pretty tiresome. I am seriously looking at the EGO 16" 56v saw now for smaller work. $299 including battery and charger. It still needs bar oil, but based on how well our EGO weed whip and hedge trimmer work, I have high hopes. Keeping the chain sharp is even more important on a cordless/electric I would imagine.
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