Turning Archive 2007
>After reading some of the horror stories and my own near miss -- and spoiled BS blade -- I won't cut across another moderately sized log on the band saw. I'll either go outside and use the gas-powered chain saw or spring for an electric chain saw so I can do it in the shop. (Sometimes, you just don't feel like going outside. You know, it's already dark, cold, the neighbors don't want to hear a chain saw at that hour, etc.)
Anyone have a suggestion for a reasonably priced electric chain saw. The last one I looked at was a Stihl , and it was very expensive.