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Battery Powered Lawn Mowers-Chime in Knuckleheads

This is a discussion on Battery Powered Lawn Mowers-Chime in Knuckleheads within the Prepper Tools forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Originally Posted by MountainGirl If you're serious about that, my Milwaukee M18Fuel handles up to 14"dia like a knife thru butter. Best part is it's ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MountainGirl View Post
    If you're serious about that, my Milwaukee M18Fuel handles up to 14"dia like a knife thru butter. Best part is it's light weight; gives my tired back an extra hour on it easy.
    Does it have the Self Sharpening Option? I think the Oregon battery saw does. That is a sweet option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    Does it have the Self Sharpening Option? I think the Oregon battery saw does. That is a sweet option.
    Mine does not have that option, I like doing it by hand with a guide, and I'll give mine a run through before she goes up for the year. Haven't needed to yet - but I'm kinda skilled at avoiding trouble - I can smell rocks before I see 'em. LOL

    When we're back up in - I like taking a break to sharpen Tom's big Stihl while he loads the truck up, etc.

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    Be careful with the goats, trust me not all of them eat grass.
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    I sure do like the smell of the fresh cut grass. lol

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    I don't even know what I am doing here....

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    @Jacklay2113 , we are not sure either.
    But enjoy, tell us what brought you to our site? HAve some prepper questions? Like a good verbal fight?
    Know anything bout Emergency Bars, or gardening, or hunting?
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