How Do You CUT/Chop Firewood ???

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    Here is a pic of the person that actually first invented that machine.


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    The Bark Buster/Unicorn as i understand it was banned after a guy had both arms ripped out of their sockets. Shoulda let go. That little crossbar was inadequate to stop the round from spinning. The screw type came back on the market in various sizes from Eastern Europe, where the simple addition of a platform removed much of the danger. If the original guys had thought of that they might still be in business. Around here 2-4 foot diameter rounds are normal, those little ones work fine scaled up with the table on the ground behind a tractor.

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    That's awesome.

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    The Bark Buster/Unicorn as i understand it was banned after a guy had both arms ripped out of their sockets. Shoulda let go. That little crossbar was inadequate to stop the round from spinning. The screw type came back on the market in various sizes from Eastern Europe, where the simple addition of a platform removed much of the danger. If the original guys had thought of that they might still be in business. Around here 2-4 foot diameter rounds are normal, those little ones work fine scaled up with the table on the ground behind a tractor.
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    For those doing it the hard way, the tire method is a great improvement.
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    Think I'll stick with my maul!

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