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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-14-2017, 12:36 PM Thread Starter
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Default It takes precision tools to do precision woodworking.

And this is how the big boys do it.
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No wonder it only took a minute to make. Look at how many people worked on it, and they moved so fast. Surprising how they all wore the same work cloths.
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Hi Theo,saw a show on TV yesterday called King Carvers where these guys were carving eagles,bears & other wildlife & boy were they good.You have some really talented chainsaw artists over there in the States.Best wishes,Jamesjj

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Hi Theo,saw a show on TV yesterday called King Carvers where these guys were carving eagles,bears & other wildlife & boy were they good.You have some really talented chainsaw artists over there in the States.Best wishes,Jamesjj
Well, yeah. But you need to google a bit. I stopped looking after I got these two, but I'm sure Canada is out there somewhere too, and likely any country where people use chainsaws.
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