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Poulan 14" chainsaw

The "Woodshark"

Poulan 14" "Woodshark" chainsaw.     I got this 14" Poulan chainsaw as a gift from my step-father a few years ago and have used it extensively, especially on camping trips. It's small and lightweight enough (14.1 pounds) to stow just about anywhere, and powerful enough to do the job.

It has a 33 cc, two-cycle engine, a gear-driven automatic chain oiler and a 14" bar. About the only thing I don't like about it is the lime green color scheme. What were they thinking?

I used a 14" Poulan chainsaw to cut up these dead tree limbs.     Last summer a big branch broke off a dead tree in my back yard (smashing the chain link fence of my dog run). I used this little chainsaw to cut through logs seven inches thick and it didn't blink an eye. It hasn't saved my life yet. I haven't had to use it to cut through a redwood tree that had fallen on my leg and was pinning me down, for instance. I guess that would be a better recommendation than simply cutting up some old tree branches around the house or a little firewood for campfires.


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