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robutacion

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Hi peoples,

I'm sorry for my delay with this game, I have had a few important issues requiring my full time and attention, nevertheless, I'm here now to proceed with one more game for you all.

The question this time is not about wood but about one of the major tools that allow me/us to collect/cut/process this precious natural product called wood that nature gave to us all, I'm referring to chainsaws and similar tools.

The question is not about the number of chains I've got but about the number of "tools" that I have that uses a chain to cut and there are a few.

If you name each one and the number I have of each correctly, you simply will double your winning amount from AU$100.00 to AU$200.00

PS: Sises are not important...!


I would like to remind you all of the new conditions I introduced in game #32 and that is what actually the gift voucher amount will be spent on, and allow the actual winners to make their own choices. The only RULE that I ask you all to respect is that I allow each 1/3 of the value amount (AU$100.00) to be used for the selection of blanks/packs between the 3 main blanks types I make/sell, there is, raw/natural wood blanks, stabilized blanks/packs and Resifills (cast blanks), this means basically that you can select 1/3 of each type or all raw/natural blanks but never the voucher amount of all stabilized or Resifill blanks, I hope this has come clear if not, let me know...!

A voucher code will be sent by PM or email to the winner that will use it to put his/her's order, any freight/shipping is not included in the prize/voucher so, you will be requested at checkout to pay for posting.

PS: You are allowed 3 guesses but each guess on a separate post

Good luck...!

Cheers
George
 
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robutacion

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3) Chainsaws (for wood)
1) Ratcheting Pipe Cutter (soil pipes, exhaust/tail pipes)
1) Angle Grinder (Chainsaw Chain based Carving Tool)
1) Sword Saw (Beam Cutting Saw)
1) Small Stump Grinder

So, 7 Total - Dave
Did you Google searched for tools using a chain...? 🤔 :D

Some great guesses and I can say that you got 1 right but I asked for chains for cutting wood so the Ratcheting Pipe Cutter is out.

Cheers
George
 

egnald

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Did you Google searched for tools using a chain...? 🤔 :D

Some great guesses and I can say that you got 1 right but I asked for chains for cutting wood so the Ratcheting Pipe Cutter is out.

Cheers
George
No Google, but I do have or have had all of these except the one you mentioned, the pipe cutter. There are a lot of wooden pipes out there, but I don't think one needs this tool to cut them - they are the kind that use tobacco! :D
Dave
 

robutacion

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OK, let me help you guys a little bit, these are the type I have so now put a number in front of each one...! 👍

*- Petrol chainsaws
*- Electric chainsaws
*- Battery chainsaws
*- Petrol Pole saws
*- Grinder chainsaws
*- Grinder chain discs

Cheers
George
 

robutacion

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6- Petrol chainsaws
2- Electric chainsaws
2-Battery chainsaws
4-Petrol Pole saws
2-Grinder chainsaws
2-Grinder chain discs
Not bad for your last guess...!

I will be closing this game very soon as I don't seem to see much interest in the participation, most folks have other more important issues to deal with and that is only understandable.

Cheers
George
 

alanemorrison

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I will have another go, George, with:

4 Petrol chainsaws
2 Electric chainsaws
2 Battery chainsaws
2 petrol polesaws
2 grinder chainsaw
7 grinder chaindiscs

Alan
 

1080Wayne

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Well , Alan knows you have a pear tree George , and that you haven`t yet found partridgewood .

I can`t see why you would need 2 grinder chainsaws , so will change that to one , leaving everything else the same .

You would find life simpler here , where I can cut probably 70 % of my trees in 2 minutes or less with a good Japanese crosscut handsaw .
 

robutacion

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Ok people, time to wrap this game up, I apologise for my lack of participation but Merissa's health issues have taken my full attention lately.

OK so, what do I have that uses a chain to cut wood with, let's see...!

*- 9 petrol chainsaws with 10" to 44" bars
*- 4 electric chainsaws
*- 1 battery chainsaw
*- 3 petrol pole saws
*- 1 Grinder chainsaw
*- 1 Grinder chain disk

So..., who got closest...? first of all, my post #18 has basically cancelled my offer for the extra AU$100.00 as I stipulated all the "items/tools" you had to consider you only had to give me the number for each one and according to what I read, the person that got the closest was gimpy so congrats mate you won a voucher for the amount of AU$100.00

I would like to thank all that participated in this game, is always next time, huh...? ;)

Cheers
George
 

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Ok people, time to wrap this game up, I apologise for my lack of participation but Merissa's health issues have taken my full attention lately.

OK so, what do I have that uses a chain to cut wood with, let's see...!

*- 9 petrol chainsaws with 10" to 44" bars
*- 4 electric chainsaws
*- 1 battery chainsaw
*- 3 petrol pole saws
*- 1 Grinder chainsaw
*- 1 Grinder chain disk

So..., who got closest...? first of all, my post #18 has basically cancelled my offer for the extra AU$100.00 as I stipulated all the "items/tools" you had to consider you only had to give me the number for each one and according to what I read, the person that got the closest was gimpy so congrats mate you won a voucher for the amount of AU$100.00

I would like to thank all that participated in this game, is always next time, huh...? ;)

Cheers
George

Thank you George,
You and your wife are in my prays
As always, family comes first

I believe I won the last two,,,,,,,Im on a roll
 
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