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A sawbuck is a special kind of sawhorse framed for holding rough wood so you can saw it into lengths suitable for use in a stove or fireplace. The sawbuck basically consists of two "X" forms -- one at each end -- which may be stabilized by a third (central) "X".
Place the middle of the "X" a little higher for use with a chainsaw: rather than lower for a bow saw, if you prefer.
For a sawbuck left outdoors in weather, you might prefer lumber that is pressure treated to resist rot and insects.
The long firewood to be cut is placed in the top ("V") part of the "X" pieces where it may then be sawed. Put it in the exact same placement at the center of each "X", using extra-large washers, so that it can be clamped together and loosened to fold for storage.
You could be able to cut the straighter limbs and poles for firewood with this kind of sawbuck, using your "miter saw".
It’s made from blue, yellow, or orange ABS plastic and can hold about 850 yards of 50 lb.
The ones you see here are a cotton set from work-clothes masters Dickies, but you can find a set at most tractor supply shops — or pretty much any place working people shop.