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    For a mulit-use chainsaw you can't beat the Stihl Farm Boss 20"

    Check out the battery powered self sharpening Oregon chain saw for light use

    http://oregoncordless.com/product/chain-saw-cs300/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    For a mulit-use chainsaw you can't beat the Stihl Farm Boss 20"

    Check out the battery powered self sharpening Oregon chain saw for light use

    http://oregoncordless.com/product/chain-saw-cs300/
    That's what I thought, but BB says the 271 doesn't have the hp for a 20" bar
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    May not have the displacement. It's dam well better than my MS250
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    After 5 refills, the MS250 has come into it's own. An extra 2 " would come in handy so it would be easier to buck logs on the ground

    #Gambit, "that's what she said "

    Farm Boss with an 18" for heavy work, 20" for bucking smaller pieces. I should have got one.

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