Tree cutting with a Japanese Silky Gomtaro handsaw

Using this kind of saw should be done with the utmost caution, it can cut through climbing rope with no effort, use chainsaw safety gloves and protective clothing.

Cutting down a leylandii of about 15m with a Japanese Silky Gomtaro 30cm length tree cutting saw, which meant that use of a chainsaw was kept to a minimum.
Only two cuts were made with a Stihl chainsaw at the base of the tree stump.
The stump in the opening shot was a Sycamore tree of the same height. also cut using the Silky.

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