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Un clipped my Chainsaw lanyard and hung it on a branch while maneuvering to a better position in a conni hedge today, grabbed the saw and made a cut without clipping it back to my saddle, and the thing swung into the chain while cutting.:blushing::blushing:

 

Bugger:sneaky2:

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I do that on average 4 or 5 times a year, don't sweat it.

 

Bloke I work with dropped his own 201t out a tree and bust the handle. A new one would be £45, so he opted for the JB Weld and jubilee clip approach.

 

I never have any problem telling who's is who's now!

 

 

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....grabbed the saw and made a cut without clipping it back to my saddle, and the thing swung into the chain while cutting....

 

That usually only happens when using it for a sneaky cut on the ground:blushing: - i'll get my coat

 

Regards,

 

Steve.

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That usually only happens when using it for a sneaky cut on the ground:blushing: - i'll get my coat

 

Regards,

 

Steve.

 

Ha ha, just what I was thinking. :laugh1:

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