How do you use a saw buck?
Using a Sawbuck for Cutting Limb Wood – SAFELY
- The first limb is placed so that the overhang of the larger diameter end is equal to the desired stove length of the cut wood (24 inches in my case).
- Now I load limbs until the thickest part of the bundle is slightly smaller than the length of my chainsaw bar.
Why is a $10 bill called a sawbuck?
Sawbuck is an old-fashioned slang term for a $10 bill. The phrase reportedly reflects the fact that the Roman numeral X, which resembles a wooden sawbuck, was traditionally used on U.S. $10 banknotes to denote the number 10.
Can you cut a log lengthwise with a chainsaw?
Cutting a log lengthwise helps you create the right size blocks for benches, wardrobes, or shelves. Homeowners who want to actively build their house can also invest in a chainsaw and use it to cut long logs to form a fence, cabin, or warehouse.