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Discussion in 'Axe, Tomahawk, & Hatchet Forum' started by Wood Splitter, Mar 31, 2012.
Nice job on that beauty!
This is what it looks like with the 36" splitting maul handle.
Thanks Jeff, but I wouldn't call it a beauty.
I have a few tomahawks but these 2 are my favorite.
Your picture didn't come up for me.
Yeah I created a flickr account and am trying to post an image but I can’t figure out how. We click the image and insert the URL but it’s not showing up.
These are my 2 favorite. Not sure why the images will not post. https://flic.kr/p/2jotiSs
Rise AU, I deal with Ferrous Oxide (iron II) that is a + ion when dissolved in water, and can be removed with a water softener. Ferric Oxide (iron III) will damage a softner, and has to be removed using a filter.
Here is a new family photo wearing chaps, for protection from my ineptness.
What is the second one from top?
That's a really cool one. What model is it?
Very nice. I like
It’s a Council Tool Velvicut camp axe. This specific one, with the octopus and green handle, was a PDW exclusive.
Thank you. I did not know that
Gave my billnäs some workout yesterday
cant figure out how to post a picture but if you click this link youll see.. this is my vintage warren sager axe 3 1/2lbs on 28” hickory, wedged with rosewood and brass pins.
Made something for a birthday gift. It is made based on his personal requests.
This is how I purchased the bit on ebay
I took it to my angle grinder, belt sander and also forged out the eye to be more round. (The recipient wanted a round handle)
Made a handle by sandwiching with epoxy three pieces of the straightest grain hickory I could find inorder to get a blank wide enough for a fully round handle. Epoxied on a steel miss-strike protector and made a kydex cover