Does anybody else leave a particular saw just inside the door in case a crackhead thief breaks in and grabs one? I love stihl and think they're generally great saws, but my sacrificial saw is an 031.
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2004 XR 250 that is no more reliable than the 031What’s your sacrificial dirt bike?
I have a couple of various Poulans on the garage shelf. And a pretty new MS170 that’s usually in my truck or van...but that’s more about it not leaking fuel and bar oil than the sacrificial thing. I use them pretty interchangeably.
Around here is pretty much that kind of place, but there is a trailer park just down the road that changed management in the last couple of years and all of the sudden there are some guys that just seem to hang around a couple of the trailers not doing a damned thing all day. One of them came over here a couple of weeks ago looking high as a kite asking if I needed any help. The 031 is for him only if he manages to break in so quietly that I don't hear him, or when I am away. That saw could never have any use to me other than that either.Nothing is sacrificial here, worked too hard for all I have.
Just not an issue around here. Bought my house where I did for a lot of reasons. One of which is that it's a spectacularly bad place for thieves and the like to be running around.
You noticed the guy with the Stihl used the actual saw. No one in their right mind does that with a Husky, hence the wood block decoy.Is that Husky's newest saw?
looks like a big improvement from what they used to produce...
solved the screw falling out problem they have had for years...