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A Day at the Chain Saw Races

Posted: Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

This was the first year for the chain saw races at Kunz Woodworking on highway 27 in Augusta. Many events took place including demonstrations of a working saw mill and a picnic lunch. Contrary to how it may sound, no one ran with their chainsaws, but tried to cut logs faster than each other. Another event measured how fast each type of chainsaw can cut through a large stationary log. The same person cut through the log with various saws and was timed with a stop watch. Kunz woodworking sells and repairs chainsaws and processes lumber.

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