How To Chop Wood The Easy Way

Submitted by: madest 6 years ago in Misc

One of those simplistic solutions to a difficult task that makes you wonder why you didn"t think of it first.
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Male 674
My brother`s been burning wood for his heat in Nova Scotia since the late 80`s when he got his own place. My brother`s method is faster, no chain to dick with. He has a series of stumps each with a different size rubber tire bolted down, like ATV vehicle wheels and the like. He looks like he is standing in front of a drum kit and he just smashes away. At least double the output of this guy if he tried. That chain thing looks like a pain in the arse.
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Male 2,788
People still use wood?
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Male 6,694
Wow. Now we know.
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Male 1,590
I hope he filed a patent on that.
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Male 562
Thats awesome. The cold and wood type are probably why it works.
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Male 694
mr_c_bowler....THATS WHAT SHE SAID! HA! lol
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Male 363
Is this a metaphor for sex?
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Male 159
Yeah for the spruce or birch we get that would not work.
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Female 446
patchouly said: You`d have to have killer aim. I`d probably just wind up chopping the chain...

You had me chuckling there. Love the truthfullness! :D
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Male 299
I have never seen ANYTHING that chopped as nicely as that. If I had that wood I`d be in heaven already
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Male 240
Genius!
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Male 40,375
HOLY POO! Why didn`t I think of that?
Oh yeah, `cause I`m not that smart, eh? Also I haven`t chopped wood in... ages!
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Male 319
Yeah. He had to be splitting something with straight grain. I haven`t seen firewood for sale in the Northeast with a straight grain since I was a kid. Try that with a big ol` hunk a maple or oak. Something with a big, fat knot in it.
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Male 2,402
Yea that simple. Now try it with Keawe wood!
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Female 535
Chocolate Orange
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Male 3,619
that is amazingly brilliant
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Male 2,376
i am soo doing that.. although most wood i split only needs 1 or 2 splits.. still a good idea.. yea he did go kinda small... he probly sells it to campers and such.
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Female 1,008
That was so practical! If I didn`t live in the city and had to chop my own wood, I would definitely keep that in mind!
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Male 2,033
I kinda want that maul now.
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Male 514
why does he cut such small pieces? Does he have a tiny stove or something?
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Female 8,001
Nice idea- nice maul too!
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Male 566
Nice axe.
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Male 3,842
How else do people chop wood? I must be missing something here.
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Male 1,256
I was sort of hoping for crazy theatrics, like something involving an explosion or a moving vehicle, but this was just practical, smart, and efficient. Well done.
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Male 119
I remember my grandpa using a leather belt over 50 yrs ago to do the same thing
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Male 148
very smart indeed
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Male 2,855
Friday, May 13, 2011 10:31:54 AM
That`s a clever idea, he should go on dragons den.

Yes, because he just invented the axe and chains
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Male 64
great if your in an arctic climate. not so great in warmer weather
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Male 7,123
That was very impressive. Nice axe too.
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Male 25,417
Thats pretty cool
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Male 2,424
But the part where you try to find the piece that flew off, it`s like Easter log hunting.
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Male 587
Subtle IAB advert not so subtle......

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Male 2,121
That`s a clever idea, he should go on dragons den.
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Female 4,039
He probably has a great laundry solution for blood stains, too.
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Male 758
Why didn`t I think of this when I was a kid, and my dad went on some ridiculous firewood collecting spree? Most of that wood wound up rotting, anyhow.
Definitely going to remember this one.
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Male 7,817
damn, very efficient.
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Male 223
Brilliant!
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Male 820
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Male 17,512
These are pretty safe and you don`t have to swing an axe at all. My uncle has one powered with an electric motor.
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Male 132
Wow...I feel stupid...
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Male 423
Erm...I saw my uncle and my neighbor doing that...nothing new...
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Male 2,552
Huh. Whaddya know. ^^
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Male 3,058
That`s absolutely brilliant! That guy just saved me a LOT of time come September.
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Male 15,510
Like a Pro
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Male 734
That guy is damn good with an axe, makes me a little bit jealous.
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Male 182
How is it that no-one thought of this before? Clever sod!
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Male 670
Wow this is handy so close to summer.
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Male 4,745
You`d have to have killer aim. I`d probably just wind up chopping the chain...
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Female 4,225
If this is legit, it is awesome.

Wonder if it depends on the state of the wood though
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Male 901
0_o Brilliant!
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Male 7,378
Link: How To Chop Wood The Easy Way [Rate Link] - One of those simplistic solutions to a difficult task that makes you wonder why you didn`t think of it first.
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