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Old 12-02-10, 05:56 PM   #4
Ryland
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I have not used one but I know of a lady who has one and likes it but she notes that it is really slow, so a maul is still recommended for the easy to split wood, my personal taste is to use a maul even when a gas powered splitter is around just because I an split wood 4-5 times faster by hand, but if it doesn't split with the first strike then it goes to the powered splitter.
Electric log splitters are also out there and work well from what I hear.
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