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54 minutes ago, shavey said:

I can’t load photos from the IPad don’t know what’s going on with this

We still love you Andrew , don't worrie 👍

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On 06/12/2016 at 19:49, shavey said:

He's a great guy buckin Billie Ray smith he loves his mccullch's he's put up some great videos on YouTube he'll certainly cheer you up with his enthusiasm for old saws

Definitely worth a watch if anyone has seen his videos

mind n turn the volume down the way.

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On 24/02/2017 at 23:10, Ricko said:

My first saw was a Mac Cat from Machine Mart in 1990, I didn't look after it and it only lasted 15 years. I learned a lot about caring for all my saws after that though!

( still got mine  ;)    )

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Couple of real pros with a mac....



Of all the ways I imagined that going, that was a surprise. I also didn’t realise there were so many different kinds of breaker bars on the market, the last one he used was shaped like a cross too so it can double up as your headstone after the tree flattens you.
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1 hour ago, spudulike said:

I'm getting too damn old to pull em over!!


no I don’t believe it Steve have you still got your grass scorcher aka flame thrower 

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7 hours ago, Stubby said:

We still love you Andrew , don't worrie 👍

Thanks stubby there ain’t many that do come on you quinns

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Just now, shavey said:


no I don’t believe it Steve have you still got your grass scorcher aka flame thrower 

No, Sold it on ebay years ago...ended up a nice saw and saw it up for sale again years later!

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Here’s a box full  of work 

 

and  a double eagle which was a nice saw 

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