Do you have a brush bar for the chain saw?

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I have a lot of wild rose and snow berry bushes (1/2 in dia stocks) that need something better than a string or a hedge trimmer.  So, if a bush bar is an option for the electric chain saw -- that would be soooo sweet.
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what's up with all the pluses??
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Don't worry. I'm sure a certain forum member will be here eventually with all the minuses.
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What's a brush bar?
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A bush bar has two 1-1/2 inch stops on both sides of the bar located together on the first 1/3 of the return portion of the bar to stop & cut bush into pieces before it is pulled into the chain saw drive gear.  You normally do not cut bush and big trees with the same bar.  Yes, I have heard it called a brush saw rather than a bush saw.
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There. I learned something today