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Sure no problem.
Yes,that's why I No longer post! Leave it to the experts.
Yes, just until I Finish the grind,Then I pound them in on my trail axes,Only leave the racing axes like that.
I dont mind the Questioning,But...
Sometimes even perfect grain cracks.First tree,29 miles packed in,Green white fur:mad:Second hit,drove the heel,crack,Didn't hit top...
Now that's gotta be a real dilemma to have NOS top quality axe heads in your possession and not have physically experienced what they were meant...
You get more practice on the hard stuff:thumbup: You should be able to find some pine, but The green red and white oak chops like butter.
If they are super fat,I will use a belt sander,to thin the profile down,rolling the head to keep a little high center line,And then I use a Magnet...
Sold one of my other Tuatahi axes to a fellow trail Guy,To fund a another Race axe ( Keech Aussie Speed Racing Axe) .
Should have added...
I find more beauty in a worn well ax with history, than the NOS one's.
Nice job,as always :thumbup: How about some more pictures,and possibly a new crosscut thread ?
Better come north to put that beauty in some wood!...
Thanks for the complement,Helps that its part of my job,and also chopping is a great workout/stress reliever,:thumbup:
I am not afraid to peal a sticker Off:D
You can talk Sh!!! to the tomahawk Group.:confused:
Arvika in the first picture,Hytest in the rest!enough...
Silver Hytest 6#
Guess no one else has any?
Thanks,been lucky,Yes it does help to have some good friends!
a Council Connecticut 4# would be a quick sale.
Sorry,like these to much to...
Must be Different years?This...
Is this a special one?:confused:
Nice axe,Do you own stock?:thumbup: