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Two things have helped me out recently. I hired a pro to take down a leaner that was too close to the house for my skills. He went to the truck for his chain saw but first put on protective pants. I thought, If he as a pro thinks he needs protection what makes me think I can get along with out them. I ordered a pair that day.Frank
I am always amazed that there not more accidents with inexperienced operators of chain saws. I ran chain saws all my life, starting with Dad's old vertical cylinder Polan at about age 12. But!!
this is what I went with. It out preforms my Husky. Mine is 40 volt. Now they have a 80 volt. https://www.smokstak.com/forum/threads/non-osha-approved-signs-for-your-machine-shop.198831/Amen Frank
I have 12", 18" and 30" inch gasoline saws, but we recently bought 18V Milwaukee saw to go with our cordless battery system already on hand. It works lots better than I expected. Also have a pole saw to match.