Wetterlings Bushman AxeWetterlings
This stunning axe is designed by The Survivorman himself. Whether you are strolling through the mountains or surviving a plane crash in the desert, this axe has it all. Chop, limb and hammer your way to survival with this beauty. The head is shaped in such a way that it can split, fell, and even be used for fine work thanks to its semi-bearded design. It even has a polished hammer pole so you can drive your tent stakes into the ground without switching tools.
I tend to trust the Swedes when it comes to axes and other sharp things. Wetterlings is one of the oldest axe forge still operating in Sweden, producing top quality tools. The head of this axe is made of their own specially smelted carbon steel, hardened to the perfect point to ensure edge retention without losing durability. Comes with a vegetable-tanned leather head-cover. The American hickory haft is strong, but has enough flex to make sure it doesn’t break the first time you over swing. As with all wooden-hafted axes, take care to oil the haft of this axe regularly to ensure strength and a tight bond between head and haft.
|Blade Material:||Swedish Carbon Steel|
|Steel Hardness:||57 HRC|
|Handle Material:||American Hickory|
|Handle Length:||22"/ 55cm|
|Head Weight:||1.9 Lbs/ 0.9Kg|
|Total Weight:||2.2 Lbs/1Kg|
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