3. February 2015 18:16
Get a FREE Husqvarna powerbox (worth $44.99) when you buy a Husqvarna 372XP 20 chainsaw! This stackable case holds Husqvarna's exclusive filing equipment, filing vise, scrench, spark plug, 2 -cycle oil, bar and chain oil and operator’s manual.
Exclusive "Husky leash" system for a secure fit and to protect the saw. Comes standard with an 18" to 20" scabbard. Hurry, offer ends 2/9/15!
21. April 2014 18:15
Free Battery Mail-in Rebate Promotion!
Receive a Free B500S 1.25Ah battery pack via mail-in rebate with purchase of any OREGON Cordless Tool System Kit that includes a battery and charger.
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23. August 2012 22:42
The Arbortech TURBOPlane is a universal wood shaping blade that can be used to create different shapes, profiles and finishes. It can be used flat to create large level surfaces, or used at angles to provide shallow cuts for fine shaping, planing and sculpting. This specialized blade has Tungsten Carbide teeth for long blade life, that can easily be re-sharpened with a small diamond lapstone.
29. June 2010 00:39
Phew, it has been a busy June here at Bailey's. In addition to sending our Summer catalog off to the printer, we hosted two major events at our facility in Woodland, California. The first one that I'll cover in this post was the Steve Backus Chainsaw Carving Boot Camp which took place June 12-13. Before I begin, I would like to thank all of the students who came from near and far to attend the Boot Camp. This was our second such chainsaw carving event, and I think they just keep getting better. Steve (along with his protégé, Mike) and Pat McVay taught twelve students over the course of two days how to carve a Salmon and a Standing Bear. The early feedback from the students has been overwhelmingly positive. Many of them told me they were surprised at how professional their carvings turned out after two short days of instruction. Others were amazed at the incredible leap their chainsaw carving skills took after such a short time. I've posted a few images below to give you a flavor of the fun and learning that took place. My sincere thanks to chainsaw carvers Steve and Pat, and photographer/videographer Peter Wiant for another highly-successful event. Be sure to keep an eye out in our catalogs for future events. Lastly, a special note of thanks to Steve Backus, Pat McVay and their associate chainsaw carver, Steve Orne (Steve did a great Bear carving demo for the students on Sunday) for the cool Bailey's "chainsaw" stump carving they contributed to our Woodland facility.
5. May 2010 00:01
Jessie Groeschen, author of Art of Chainsaw Carving: An Insider's Look at 18 Artists Working Against the Grain, will be leading a demonstration of master carvers just north of the Bailey's Laytonville headquarters this Thursday, May 6, at the College of the Redwoods campus in Humboldt. Jessie is a long time friend of the Bailey's crew and we wish her all the best on this new endeavour. She'll be joined by master carvers Pat McVay and Zoe Boni. The carving demonstration will be followed by a lecture and book signing at the Accident Gallery in Eureka. Get details and read an article on the event at The Humboldt Beacon. To learn more about Jessie Groeschen visit her website.