Thursday, September 25, 2014

Can You Stand More Chainsaw Safety?

This is a classic barber chair, caused by a too-thick hinge when the tree began to move.  Barber chairs have killed wood cutters since people began dropping trees to utilize.  The easiest way to avoid a barber chair is to bore cut the tree behind the front face of the hinge, so the hinge is the proper thickness before the tree is turned loose to rotate down.  (They can bust your head, break your neck, chase you as you run, or fall and crush you!)

The bore cut is the first new chainsaw skill you will learn if you go to the training session coming up at Dixon Springs Ag Center on October 4.  You will be Barber-Chair-Proof for the rest of your life, and you will learn many other useful skills, too.  Click Here to find the contact info, and head to Dixon Springs, Illinois, early on October 4, 2014.

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