I bought 2 Savage Axis II XP in .223. The II gets you an Accutrigger, the XP get you a Weaver 3x9x40 mounted (or VSS). Love the triggers and both...
I've pulled a few sets of doubles. Usually a camper with a boat behind it. Pull fine, hard to back up.
"VEGETARIAN - Ancient Tribal name for the Village Idiot who can't Hunt, Fish, or Light Fires"
I'm a vegan and part Native American too. I think...
When you try to take your underwear off over your head.
I’ve learned that it does split Much easier after sitting a year bucked up.
Burns fine once it’s dry. Not very high on BTUs. Makes lots of fluffy...
I used common clear silicone on my Selkirk storm collar 9 years ago. It’s still doing fine.
Its very hard, heavy, kind of tough to split. I save it for cold snaps.
I have a 27 ton. More than I need.
From the net:
"The 490/500 are basically the same saw except the metal wrap handle. The 501 is the newest version. And it has an upgraded P&C....
I burn a cat stove.
From what I read, the cat is much more efficient with wet wood than a non cat, it's just hard on the cat.
My first year with an EPA stove, I burnt red oak with MC in the mid 20s. It burnt ok. I got by fine.
10 acres. About half wooded. Mostly Red Oak and White Oak. Produces more than I burn.
When the rails need filed (by feel), I remove, file and flip.
Like good whiskey, it takes time. :cheers:
For firewood, the cheap ones are fine. Cabinet makers may need a more expensive model.
Red Oak, it's 90% of what I burn. Big straight trees that split easy and make the heat. I have lots of both on my property and find it difficult...
Osage Orange (Hedge, Bois-D'arc) is a BTU Monster. A little difficult to process- hard on a chain, tougher to split, thorns and limbs.
I asked a...
I like the coaling of most hardwoods (especially Osage). I guess it's a matter of how hard you have to push your stove.
I bought a used 27 ton MTD 5-6 years ago. It’s been flawless.