> Floyd wrote:
> Problem with all the chainsaw "advise" is that that osage orange
> wood is hard as hell when green and when it dries it basically
> cannot be cut with much of anything, even carbide blades. That's
> why it makes great wood planes and things like that, if you get
> it when it is workable.
Not true, at least not from my experience.
It's hard. It's dense. But I cut it with my standard chain saw
chain. I've cut it green and cut it dry (> two years sitting
out). It's certainly harder to whittle than maple, red oak, white
oak, or hickory.
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