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    Quote Originally Posted by tylermack View Post
    I'm pretty shore the hytest foresters only came out in 4.5 and 5lb.


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    Nope: http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/136300552

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    Thanks. So it's 3.5 to 5 for the Forester and Craftsman, 3.5 to 4.5 for the Challenger.

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    Sorry for the mistake guys thanks for correcting me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by radicat View Post
    Check out this racing axe manufacturer. The pdf page explaining their available grinds is interesting. I have a Rinaldi on the way from Baronyx. Couldn't resist that wide edge. It will be my first large import. I have about 40 American-made large vintage axes in my collection. I have a 7 lb brute single edge axe. It's fun to use for sure. http://www.tuatahiaxes.com/
    Just received a Kingi work axe from Tuatahi after a 5 month wait. It's about 6 lb with a 25 degree angle.

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    I'd like to hear your opinion on it once you have a chance to use it.

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    I would as well. And some pictures.

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