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harvey b davison

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About harvey b davison

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  • Birthday 22/09/1970

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  1. That's a nice handy size, what make is it ?
  2. I'm not really keen on any of the Fisker models, I think it's because of the handles, I prefer a traditional hickory handle.
  3. That's stunning work mark, bet you're happy with that. How many of you did it take to lift/ fit it?
  4. harvey b davison

    Dolmar

    Jamie, that's brilliant. Thankyou for that. I don't intend on doing much tree work with them, they are mainly to be used for carving (well, trying [emoji23]) and for joinery work as well. I already have a 18v top handle saw which I use for fine details, but want to add to my collection. I also have a dolmar ps32 with carving bar and a makita 9010 which is rarely used, but hopefully one day be used for milling. I also have a McCulloch (have a soft spot for them as it was my first chainsaw make I bought 30 years ago, so I like to have one, and to be honest, I've never had a problem with them.) Apart from the 18v saw I don't have any other makita battery tools, but this doesn't bother me. All my joinery tools are either metabo or milwaukee. Cheers Harvey
  5. harvey b davison

    Dolmar

    Haha, you have just bought the exact 2 saws that are next on my shopping list.
  6. Nice I like that. Love how people still use old time skills and methods.
  7. harvey b davison

    Dolmar

    Ooh interesting, I've just enquired with shavey about a price for one of those. How do you find it.
  8. My mams duck [emoji23] [emoji23]
  9. Just go for it, I keep trying the odd bits. I love it. I just keep watching YouTube and when I see something I like, I just give it a go. I did a duck a couple of weeks ago for my mam. It's the funniest duck going, but my mam loves it, and that's all that matters.
  10. Some training and ppe will take a very large chunk of that if you haven't had or got any. Don't dismiss dolmar or makita.
  11. I've got a Gerber which I really like, but wouldn't mind a leatherman one day.
  12. Cheers doobin, just ordered myself 2 of the 6amp batteries.
  13. Can someone please point me in the right direction for makita copy batteries. Been looking for the thread where someone put a link or something to the best unbranded makita copy batteries, and a few of you got them and swore by them. I'm needing some extra batteries. Cheers H.
  14. As above, top gesture and probably some satisfaction that you gave him some sort of personal send off.

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