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  • Husqvarna axe

    I am thinking about buying one. Does anyone own one?

    http://www.baileysonline.com/itemdet...2+62+01&catID=

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    It's a nice looking axe....but for $60+....I'd hit some yard sales and buy a few of them.

    I have 2 complete axes....and 4 single sided heads....and 2 double sided heads.

    all if which I have less than $80 tied up in....I got 6 wedges for $1 a piece.

    But it does look like a real tool....not HF-chinamart crap.
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    • #3
      I like it however I also surf yard sales for them I like the double bit axe myself
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      • #4
        It arrived last night. First impression - the handle was very rough. I took a red Scotch-brite pad and smoothed out the handle. In Mors Kochanski's "Bushcraft" book he shows a drawing of the axe handle in an arm pit and the hand around the axe head and says that an axe this size is the most comfortable to use. In that aspect it is a perfect fit. It came with a simple leather cover for the edge. It has a very sharp edge. It is hand forged and was made in Sweden. I am going to get some gun stock oil for the handle. Overall, I am happy with it.

        Last edited by Stitch; 07-30-2011, 10:35 AM.

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