I have absolutely no experience with the what-I-believe-to-be-current-production-Hult-Bruks-made Husky axes, but I have 5 of the Wetterlings-made Husky branded products. They are exactly like Wetterlings-labelled products, so far as I can tell. In fact, two of them ARE Wetterlings-labelled. These two only say "Husqvarna" on the handles. The heads are stamped with the Wetterlings "SAW" logo instead of the Husky logo.
My experience is that the Gransfors axes come from the store with a sharper edge. A little bit of work gets the Wetterlings/Huskies in fine shape, though.
Quality is about the same, otherwise, in my opinion, between Wetterlings and GB. I've got GB tools with funky poll shapes and rough finish work, and I've got GB tools with excellent finishing. Same with Wetterlings/Husky.
If the prices were the same, I'd probably get the GBs. More raw appeal, I suppose. Maybe it has something to do with having the smith's initials stamped on the head. As it is, I have more Wetterlings/Husky products than I do GB. Why pay 110 or 120 bucks for a hatchet when I can drive to the local farm equipment supply store and get a Husky/Wetterlings for 40 bucks?