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Not to scare you, but most chainsaw accidents occur due in some part to a dull blade. if the blade is not sharp, it may be more prone to getting caught in the wood which can cause it to buck when it comes free. this is very dangerous, so keep the blade sharp- anyways it will make the cutting go smoother
Posted on Jan 28, 2013
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