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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Ken View Post
    Love this thread!! I wish I could do something like that, I can barley tie my shoes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    I'm just a noob hobby guy with no intention of selling anything pre retirement. I think infidel or dwight would be the way to go for a dandy chainsaw scabbard with some Arizona western tooling on it.

    Hell I don't have enough leather here to even pull that off. Besides it wouldn't be right to jump in here with leather goods for sale when its pretty much infidels and dwights territory.
    I have no problem with you earning some cash from your new found hobby, in fact I encourage it. It makes funding your own projects that much easier when you can sell a bit here and there. Dwight would be the guy for tooling though, I'm still a hack when it come to tooling. My tooling usually looks like someone let a grade schooler loose with a swivel knife and beveler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infidel View Post
    I have no problem with you earning some cash from your new found hobby, in fact I encourage it. It makes funding your own projects that much easier when you can sell a bit here and there. Dwight would be the guy for tooling though, I'm still a hack when it come to tooling. My tooling usually looks like someone let a grade schooler loose with a swivel knife and beveler.
    Nope not gonna squat on others territory.

    Besides if I start selling then it becomes a job.
    Fix Inor up Infidel I'm not ready for prime time yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BucketBack View Post
    Plus any "real" saw comes with said scabbard
    We've already gone over that topic. I buy disposable chainsaws. They cost around $150 and last about 10 years, then I throw them away and buy another.

    Although, I may need to rethink that strategy with all of the wood I am cutting now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    Nope not gonna squat on others territory.

    Besides if I start selling then it becomes a job.
    Fix Inor up Infidel I'm not ready for prime time yet.
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    Guess I haven't seen that movie ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inor View Post
    We've already gone over that topic. I buy disposable chainsaws. They cost around $150 and last about 10 years, then I throw them away and buy another.

    Although, I may need to rethink that strategy with all of the wood I am cutting now.
    I paid $275 OTD for the Stihl MS251, which is a homeowner level saw. I ran 30+ tanks through it last fall. A "disposable" saw would already

    have been disposed of by now
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