Hinge Cutting Mistake: Why you should never cut at a downward angle when hinge cutting trees for deer habitat

Many tree fellers ignore the instructions in their chainsaw manual, choosing to make a back cut with a downward angle when conventionally felling trees and when hinge cutting for whitetail deer habitat. This is a dangerous practice that takes a lot of extra work and results in a weaker hinge, a higher likelihood that the tree will break off, and a higher probability that the tree will fall backwards.

Please greatly improve your safety and efficacy in the woods by watching this short video that clearly shows how much extra work you do while doing an angled cut, and the return for all that extra work is that you end up with a more unstable tree that is less likely to survive and much more likely to fall over backwards.

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  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Hinge Cutting Mistake: Why you should never cut at a downward angle when hinge cutting trees for deer habitat
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Hinge Cutting Mistake: Why you should never cut at a downward angle when hinge cutting trees for deer habitat
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Hinge Cutting Mistake: Why you should never cut at a downward angle when hinge cutting trees for deer habitat
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Hinge Cutting Mistake: Why you should never cut at a downward angle when hinge cutting trees for deer habitat
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Hinge Cutting Mistake: Why you should never cut at a downward angle when hinge cutting trees for deer habitat
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Hinge Cutting Mistake: Why you should never cut at a downward angle when hinge cutting trees for deer habitat
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Hinge Cutting Mistake: Why you should never cut at a downward angle when hinge cutting trees for deer habitat
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