This amazing Homesteading Chainsaw Firewood Cutting Tip will not only save time and expended energy but help you to cut your firewood in a uniform equal length.
Everyone with at least one season of cutting, stacking and burning firewood knows “YES” it makes a huge difference if your firewood logs are cut to the approximate same size. A sawbuck can hold 1 large logs to 4 smaller logs but this method can hold preset 5 large logs to 12 smaller logs.
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