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Axe Safety ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Naturalist John Rhyder has learned through direct experience how best to handle axes safely when preparing firewood. Here he demonstrates the stances, swing actions and range of cuts that can be made to ensure personal safety when splitting wood with an axe.
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Posted in: Tools ~ On: 1 April, 2015

12 comments so far

faultroy
July 25, 2017

Bushradical   I agree with you.  I'm in the USA, and I own two Wetterlings. I'm ashamed I own them because they never go into the field.  Way too many metrosexuals own these axes and have driven them to ridiculous prices.

I use real axes, not these metrosexual toys.  I own 13 axes, and use them all the time on my farm, but the Wetterlings never go out because they are too expensive.

If I see someone with a Gransfors Bruks,  I immediately think Poseur and metrosexual from the city.

Carl Taylor
November 1, 2017

Thank you John. Just bought an axe and I'm trying to learn about the safety aspects & techniques for splitting logs. This helped a lot.

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