It pains me to recommend buying from them but Harbor Freight has a pretty fair deal on a fairly good little electric chainsaw. Handy for resawing in the shop and for trim work if you have a long enough extension cord or a generator. Anyway, 14" Oregon brand bar and chain means they should be readily available at big boxes and on the internet even if there are only about three teeth to the foot on the chain. Cuts green wood OK although you have to just let it work at it's own pace, doubt you can bear down on it. I have been cutting up wet 10"-12" cherry logs with it with no problems.
The saving graces are simple. It is now, I believe, and has been on sale for around $50-$55 dollars. Add ten bucks for a two year guarantee and taxes, keep your paperwork in a safe place, and you have a two year chainsaw that doesn't make a bunch of noise or fumes for under seventy-five dollars. The best part of the deal for me is the extended warrantee, I have never been impressed with electric chain saws. I have to say that the Central Electric tools I have bought in the past held up decently. Maybe I will go over to the chainsaw forum and look for a bar and chain. Just joking, I'm sure this thing doesn't have the beef to pull a more aggressive chain and it seems like it goes through the 10"-12" log in less than two minutes, didn't actually put a clock on it.