I have a axe from Harbor Freight. For the life of my, I can't get an edge on it. I don't know why. I've tried to use a bastard file and a Lansky puck, also used the following videos below.
I'm all ears if others want to offer advise.
Yesterday, I cut a large pork leg with a rusty axe and now if I'm thinking about it, What if some rusted metal parts of the hatched ended up in the dish I made with that pork leg, could that be dangerous if ingested?
I think a good axe is an important part of ones kit, especially when your AO is forested. However, I haven't yet found an axe that suits my needs. I tried to get by on a crappy walmart Pack Axe, but if I ever needed to do any real work, I know that it wont cut it (literally). I'm probably...
First I was thinking of buying Fiskars, but this one had just as good reviews. Also, the Trial Boss has some serious Viking look and style, the Fiskars is maybe also good, but I wouldn't be too proud to own one of those.
I picked up an Ontario SPAX 16 from a milsurp store the other day, and I am trying to determine if I should put it in my Car's GHB.
Background: My Truck's GHB does have an 18" camp axe in it, (the kind from home depot), so it doesn't look out of place. It's accompanied by a chainlink saw...
I don't think anyone has ever minded the banner ads that help pay for this site, but these new AUDIO ads have got to go -- I can't imagine anyone wants Axe Antiperspirant advertisements blaring from their computer speaker constantly whenever they visit this site!
What is the best forest axe for the money?
I am in the market for a good axe. I have a double headed axe and a splitting maul and would like a single headed axe to round out my collection.
No cheap made in china products.
Prefer made in USA or Europe.
Some of the axes I am...
Hultafors manufactured hand forged Husqvarna hatchet, carpenters axe, and multi-purpose axe. Gransfors Bruks large splitting axe.
Next project is to finish my first rebuild, and Felling axe.
Hulzs Bruks 3-1/2 lb felling axe.
I'm looking for a source for Smedbergs axe...
Here is a Cold Steel Rifleman's Hawk I modded. Just figured I would share it. I did some filework on the head as well as a lemon and mustard patina. I wood burned the designs portraying Apache Indian designs from my personal research. All finished up with some gunstock stain and polyurethane.
I don't know if this has been answered yet and if it has, please direct me to the
thread but i'm going to make this short and sweet. My wooden axe handle is
always slick and slippery when i sweat. No matter how much i sand it down. How
can i improve the grip without affecting the look of...
I have been working on this ax on and off for a while,
I based it off a viking style "Boarding Ax"
Cut out with a plasma cutter I used scraps of 1/4" steel left over after up- armoring MTVR's and I believe r234 round bar for the handle, I mainly use it for demolition and it has smashed...
Since it seems that you and many of the others are quite knowledgeable about pretty much everything, i have a question to ask about vintage/old axes. Figured id ask about one of these Axes I've come across and actually have in my possession at the moment. I can not find any information on it...
Hello all. Some of you may have seen this axe I recently made in my introductory thread, but I was able to make the sheath for it today and get some better photos of it so I thought that I would share. The sheath is 8 ounce leather.
Here are my newest primitive weapons i have made.
the first is a handcrafted 21" tomahawk. this tomahawk has a flintknapped 7.5" stone blade. the handle has an indian chief carved into it. it is wrapped in suede
the second tomahawk is 22". it had a 5.5" double bladed head along with a 4"...