I was patrolling the boundaries of the property as I sometimes need to do. I came across this tree down on top of a fence. Some branches were held up at the far end, so I was doing under cuts. But this one twisted and fell a different way, pinching the bar. The saw here is hanging in the air, held in place by the tip. Immovable, stuck solid. There was no way I could get it free. That branch was heavier than it looked! My only option to rescue it was this. A BB13 that lives behind the driver's seat of the ute. Hacking away, trying to get the weight off. They are springy branches, so I just hit them as hard as I could and hoped for the best. They move around so you can't aim precisely. They were sitting directly on top of the fence, so I hit the wire about 10 or 15 times pretty hard. This is wire under tension, so it was solid not springy. No edge damage at all. You wouldn't even know I'd used it. That is why I carry an INFI BB13. The saw is free !!! Finished the job. The fence was okay too. Lucky, because there are about 50 head of cattle and two horses on the other side.