Axe Types

By woodlandstv

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The axe is an iconic bushcraft tool and here naturalist John Rhyder talks us through the various axe designs, their specific uses and how best to preserve sharp, working blades for harvesting, splitting and carving wood. http://www.woodcraftschool.co.uk An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv

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faultroy – Maybe I like my kind of tools, I think my 2Hawks Double Bit Hatchet or my 24" Council Wood Craft Pack Axe with the heavy duty sheath and sling, I also have a Gransfors Bruks Small Forest Axe and a 17" Hultafors Bruks Agdor Hatchet. My friend, I use them. They are not for show but to use. Even on my Lite Carry my Mora 2000 and the Mora Hatchet and my Bacho Laplander are used. I don't think you know me. None of my Axes are Chrome Plated. I use my tools. I trade currency so I could bring my work with me. I downloaded my Trade Platform in my Note Book and my Phone. So yeah, I also use my Axes at work just like you, heh heh heh.,,. p

All those on the table would be considered hatchets wouldn’t they? Don’t axes have long handles


September 14, 2017

Are you autistic

Or just jealous that Sweden makes far superior axes than your American shit

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September 29, 2017

Paul'ie 4X
I didn't know about axe slings

I'm gonna buy one dude

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September 29, 2017

Chicken BUTT Yeah, just search Axe Holster on YouTube and you'll find Eugene.,,. p

Paul'ie 4X The Consiglior

September 29, 2017

Great video and wonderful woodland behind you. Cheers from Norway! Subscribed.

Bjorn Andreas Bull-Hansen

December 10, 2017

Anyone else hear the Predator making noise in the intro?!

Mark J

December 13, 2017

Can of spam Spam is American dipshit!


January 16, 2018

I wanted to see British axe's! To hell with those multicultural boutique axe's!


January 16, 2018

My axe has the blade on the left edge…not centred…it's not broken,that's how it was made…is there a special use ?


January 23, 2018

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