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    Sorry for the picture quality. The double but I posted above going to work on a recently fallen cedar. If you're not familiar with big southern cedar trees that are a creation of the axe devil himself. The axe will bounce off of the smallest knots and you can hear laughing in the TING sound it makes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daizee View Post


    great quote

    goddamn.

    what the hell is that place with all those axe handles?

    are they hiring?
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    Becker Forum. PSSSSST, hey buddy, wanna read the List of Lists? or the Becker forum Rules/FAQ?
    Perhaps check out the Becker Blade Database? Lots and LOTS of often asked for information yonder

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    A terrible picture from TN Hickory products. Pick your own handle from $3-$8 dollars

    This is the reject big. Everything here is around $2

    A box of fersh doughnuts gets you from another walk in customer to pick what you want, stay away from the machines.
    Last edited by Whiskey_Jim; 02-28-2017 at 11:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiskey_Jim View Post
    What does the top look like? Hanging an axe takes a lot of work.
    I'll post a pic when i get back, I'm on a business trip right now. I'ts not as pretty as I'd like but I'm still learning. I might hang this axe 4 or 5 times before I get the hang of it and am ready to hank my Kelly vulcan "http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/1457814-cracked-axe-head" which I want to be perfect. This is my practice axe. I'll start a new thread so I don't clutter this one up anymore.

    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiskey_Jim View Post
    What does the top look like? Hanging an axe takes a lot of work.
    I'll post a pic when i get back, I'm on a business trip right now. It's not as pretty as I'd like but I'm still learning. I might hang this axe 4 or 5 times before I get the hang of it and am ready to hang my Kelly Vulcan "http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/1457814-cracked-axe-head" which I want to be perfect. This is my practice axe. I'll start a new thread so I don't clutter this one up anymore.

    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiskey_Jim View Post
    What does the top look like? Hanging an axe takes a lot of work.
    Quote Originally Posted by bronc076 View Post
    I'll post a pic when i get back, I'm on a business trip right now. It's not as pretty as I'd like but I'm still learning. I might hang this axe 4 or 5 times before I get the hang of it and am ready to hang my Kelly Vulcan "http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/1457814-cracked-axe-head" which I want to be perfect. This is my practice axe. I'll start a new thread so I don't clutter this one up anymore.

    Rob
    It looks like a first try.

    I'm pretty busy with work travel and building a flatbed for my old F350. I'll work on this some and start a new thread about a noob and his first axe.


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    GFB Small forest axe just showed up at my door after a long wait, I asked for a dark handle and like what i got.

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    Way too pretty! But very slick!

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    That's gorgeous, more info?
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    Thanks! George from G3 Survival made it for me. It was made from 1055 steel. Aenglishmir, Futhark and Sigil runes on sheath, Uruz rune on center beltloop Futhark, Gray thread hand saddle stitched, and gray artwork.

    3" cutting blade
    6" over all tool length
    Tear drop eye
    18" Flame hardened and waxed hickory handle
    Last edited by IRunWithKnives; Today at 02:18 PM.

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