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who care's what the EU says?...we'll be out of it within 5 years :thumbup:

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who care's what the EU says?...we'll be out of it within 5 years :thumbup:

 

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If we don't scream about this then it's going to happen.

Then again how would we get on with 200 rear and a silky- would it be that hard

I believe the most unsafe practice is working when over tired. Thats when I feel you are most at risk. Let's ban tiredness.:001_smile:

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If they think they've seen alot of accidents now wait til folk try and cut and chuck with a rear handle up a tree... Sounds like crap to me and agree that this thread and the refresher thread are really depressing to reas

 

 

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If they think they've seen alot of accidents now wait til folk try and cut and chuck with a rear handle up a tree... Sounds like crap to me and agree that this thread and the refresher thread are really depressing to reas

 

 

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My thoughts exactly .

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i think most folk would be using a silky ,in the old days they used bow saws , or if using a rear handled saw, probaly do more rigging ,

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I recon husky just can't build a decent top handle, so they are pushing the EU to ban them:sneaky2:

 

They have, they're just not selling it!!

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