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About JaySum025

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  1. AH HA!!! That's what I'm getting at. Pro use as a ticketed employee. So a home owner can totally goto eBay and buy anything they want.
  2. Ok, sorry. Do you not need a CS Cert to Operate, not purchase a top handle saw?
  3. Fantastic thread!!! I'm 43 and want to get out of my "day job" or just have some trigger time when I can. I started tucking in with my CS's last year. Go For It!!!
  4. But don't you need to have a CS38/39 to purchase any top handle saw?
  5. Well, I made it to page 10... Where's the chained up tree nymphs in the pub's garden drinking pints of nectar from the Lord's chalice???
  6. I know this is an older string but I'd like to chime in. I was looking for a comparison between the 201 and 193, I Stihl(ha?) don't know what to buy as there are so many slams against the S vs. H top handles. I did however LOVE the comments on Stihl saws with bad track records. I was given a 261 for my CS30/31 and the other Lads had 260's. My saw was fookin embarrassing!!! Yes it cut and I passed but damn that thing had a sh*te tonne of issues!!! I'm glad I trained on a model that I had to coddle and came thru on top!!! On top, that's funny? I came in here looking for TOP handles............ Thanks all for the MYRIAD of FANTASTIC knowledge!!!
  7. It was a great bit of intense fun!!! I've got CS 32,33,34,35,38,39 in my sights. I did the manual fed woodchipper in March.
  8. Hello All, Just wanted to say "thank you for my virtual trigger time" since I joined this site!!! Alot of reading has helped me pass my NPTC 30/31 today. Cheers Folks!!!
  9. Help! My app has no knots anymore. Wassup?


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