Lol no not really, just lots of practice and learning like yourself. Round filing really isn't that har to get the hang of, square is quite a bit harder, and for work chain just not worth it. But boy is it nice to cut with a good square filed chain, so much smoother than round filed and fast.Really? It just took as gypo said it with "passion" I still see improvement in that cutter but it cut.
Yes it is lovely wood Monterey cypress sadly all for the fire but I don't have any milling gear so in the fire it goes. Learned how to drop the buggers from watching Billy more or less.
Billy's channel lead to this place (AS) and now in less than two years I have 15 or more saws all old Mac's a poulan 4000 and a few others. AS has sent my life in a completely different direction
Here's a we video to skip through it's very notty wood so kinda slow. Got a bit more on the old tube too.
I hear that the wooden Australia's is soft stuff.
Billy is a good guy, met him last year at Buckin'stock.