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McCulloch - was there ever a good one ?!

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I have a SP 125 myself, keep meaning to find a bar for it as the one it came with is not the correct one. An interesting choice of pics, After a vsit to Mr McC by  Mr Stihl Jnr resulted in Stihls advancement in magnesium casting as the McC's were ahead by miles in their casting methods. 

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11 hours ago, shavey said:

Here’s a box full  of work 

 

and  a double eagle which was a nice saw 

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Thankyou for that Eagle, that was a fab saw fr me in the woods, must have dropped and logged 100s of tons of wood- sold it fr 20 quid as a firewood saw when alloy case started cracking  😔  K

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9 hours ago, Khriss said:

Thankyou for that Eagle, that was a fab saw fr me in the woods, must have dropped and logged 100s of tons of wood- sold it fr 20 quid as a firewood saw when alloy case started cracking  😔  K

Yeah they are a cracking saw it served you well  they done a double eagle 80 as well

but there quite rare 

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2 minutes ago, shavey said:

Yeah they are a cracking saw it served you well  they done a double eagle 80 as well

but there quite rare 

Did not Heron Suzuki do the cylinder for them ?  K

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When I was a teenager in the 70’s, a long time ago, we use to use the Mac 6. Top handle saw for climbing. At the time a great saw.IMG_1192.jpg
Not sure if they would compete with the modern Stihls etc

Martyn

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6 hours ago, Martyn Honey said:

When I was a teenager in the 70’s, a long time ago, we use to use the Mac 6. Top handle saw for climbing. At the time a great saw.IMG_1192.jpg
Not sure if they would compete with the modern Stihls etc

Martyn

Yep I remember them , no av at all !

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0348032E-8411-4892-B896-7C9FCF7A0FBD.thumb.jpeg.dd839bd8260f1113e270144fe053ddfc.jpegMy dad used nothing else but McCulloch for years and swore there was no better saw,until he borrowed a Stihl one day,here he is with one of them 

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