Also known as a ¾ axe, this is the classic axe head that served the frontiersman across the wilderness of the new world. With enough heft to split, and an elongated chin to aid in finer tasks, it is the jack of all trades.
Wooden handle from American hickory, treated with linseed oil
Curved edge with a large beard, perfect for most tasks
The edge is sharpened, polished and ready to use
Leather axe sheath included
19" & 24"
2.0 Lbs/ 0.9Kg
2.75 Lbs/ 1.25Kg
About Council Tools - Back in 1886, While John Pickett Council was in the turpentine business, he found lacking tools that we of an acceptable standard. As one would do, he decided to forge his own. Over a century later, and the work floor of the Council forge houses over 500 cumulative years of axe and tool making experience. Located still on the Council family plot on Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina; Council forges axes meant for the North American wilderness. Council axes are forged from 5160 steel and handled with American Hickory to create heirloom grade axes that match function and form in equal parts.