For the majority of Dry Stone Walling work my tools consist of just a hammer, line pins, an A-frame if a wall-end is needed, a spirit level, a bucket and perhaps a wheelbarrow depending on carrying distances.
For walls with concrete or mortar topped walls which I need to dismantle safely and concisely or in certain other circumstances, I may use abrasive wheel devices e.g. an angle grinder or a powerful petrol powered cut off saw.
i am trained in the operational use of Stihl cut off saws by Stihl themselves, in accordance with the guidance from CITB and HSE, I also have certification in the use of Abrasive Wheels (including knowing the possible hazards, safe wheel speeds, label markings, safety checks, storage processes and testing protocols). I am also familiar with all the HSE (Health & Safety Executive) guidance on safe working practices e.g. HSG17, COSHH & PUWER ‘98, etc.