Axes, Tomahawks and Hatchets- Oh My!

03 Jul

Axes are an amazing tool. The original design is primitive, but technology and style has taken your average bronze-age ax to a new level of form and function. Take a look at some of these interesting Axes.

The Chopper1 Axe is an amazing device that allows you to split full logs in one blow. The rotating levers on the ax head force the log apart! They’re a bit on the steep side in price for your average urban-dweller- but for bonfires, camping and lodge living, the Chopper1 axe is a godsend!

If you’re looking for real axes with traditional style and design, then Gransfors Bruks is the Real Deal. From ancient Bearded Axes and French Trader axes to mini-hatchets and American felling axes, the Scandinavian forge knows what Quality is- each Smith proudly stamps his initials on his handiwork.

If you prefer to have a chopper with a bit of style, take a swing with Best Made Co.’s selection of Designer axes. These high-quality choppers are made with unique hand-laid handle stains and paint schemes. Each one is perfectly functional, but beautiful enough to be considered a piece of art.

If you believe Function is more important than Form, your best bet is going with an ax your Law Enforcement and Military can stand behind. The American Tomahawk Company specializes in Tactical axes and tomahawks, with modern technology, components and design. Nothing’s better than this when it comes to breaking down doors or battling hand-to-hand against a foe.

No matter which axe you choose, you’ll know that with this tool-and weapon- you’ll find a connection with both the wilderness and your primal self when you swing away.


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