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Probably been done before but we were having a conflab at work about collecting saws and what saws we use day to day.

Day to day at work,stihl ms 150

ms 201,ms261, ms441 and 660.

My own saws ms 150,ms 180

spudded husky 346xp and a 066.

Ive been offered a husky 560 for buttons but im wary but it could be another to add into my lock up.

What you got

What do you use daily and why

Anyone who has a collection feel free to post pics etc

 

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Sold the 3120xp but going down from big to small

395xp Walker twin port MM .

spud 390xp

spud372xp

560xp

spud346xp

242xp

540T

powered pole saw .

Edited by Stubby
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Not a pro cutter like most of you are but have and use

018, 021, 026, 036, 044 (my 044 is rough though and requires some tlc)

 

 

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Husqvarna's 3120, 385xp, 363 special moded to a 372xp, 2 x 61, 357xp, 353, 346xp just rebuilt.

Stihl ms230, ms200t.

Echo Cs360tes.

The saw I always take on a job is the husky 353 great saw.

Edited by woody paul

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Not a pro, but use mine to try and carve and a bit of milling, and also firewood.
Dolmar 320 with carving bar
McCullouch 410 Elite for general firewood
Makita 9010 for small time milling. (Currently poorly, and with shavey for some tlc)
Also got a cheap Bosch electric saw to try carving with.
Wanting a decent 60cc saw but can't decide between a dolmar 6100 and a husky rancher. Again just for firewood.
H.

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Husky 3120xp for the chain as mill
Husky 390xp for the saw horse
Husky 560xp for firewood
2 x husky 266 for firewood not used as much as 560 is go to saw
Husky 136 never used

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Scaled right down now but my day to day saws were always a stihl 201 and 461. 150 for very small pruning works. Never used anything inbbetween in size 

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