Chainsaw Scabbard?

LarryBud

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Here's my solution. It's a modification of a few I've seen shared. I used some scrap 1x6" I had in the garage. After pondering my design and making a few measurements, it was a 30 minutes project. The Mrs. was kind enough to spray paint it black. I bought the U-bolts for about $6 for the pair. I think it will serve me well.
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ipz2222

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Here's my solution. It's a modification of a few I've seen shared. I used some scrap 1x6" I had in the garage. After pondering my design and making a few measurements, it was a 30 minutes project. The Mrs. was kind enough to spray paint it black. I bought the U-bolts for about $6 for the pair. I think it will serve me well. View attachment 67418 View attachment 67419 View attachment 67420
larrybud,,, don't mean to be critical, just observant. That would never work for me. One trip thru the woods and I'd be buying a new saw. Maybe rotate it 90 degrees.
 

LarryBud

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larrybud,,, don't mean to be critical, just observant. That would never work for me. One trip thru the woods and I'd be buying a new saw. Maybe rotate it 90 degrees.
Thank you for your concern but I have high confidence that this saw is not going anywhere until I pull it out. I toyed with a higher angle but then pulling the saw out would be difficult. I guess time will tell.