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1 hour ago, IronMike said:

@josharb87 nice work mate! Still enjoying the bullet?

Yeah i am!


I'm probablly using it once a week on average (although next week its out 3 days)


Should have got one sooner, fits my buisness, and the way jobs are done here perfectly.


Need to make some bolsters for its trailer though :D



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More logbullet work, felled about 25 dead spruce, 5 pines, stems out front, branches in a bonfire heap. 
amazingly little damage to the ground considering it was wet yesterday









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Srt, Bulldog bone sharp silky saw and secateurs makes an easy job for this TPO Yew reduction by 1m to 1.5m. 





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The best bit was everyone that parks their car under the tree took notice of the notice. 


First time was everything. 



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