I just got a Sater Banko 2 3/4 lb head to refurbish. I was trying it out on some of the handles I have. Of all of them it best fit this 28” straight handle that I got from HH. It was one of their standard handles; not hand picked. The axe head slid on there like they were made for each other. With a couple of mallet whacks and a wedge, it’ll be done. The only problem is the grain on the handle is exactly at right angles to what it should be. I have no experience with this kind of grain alignment, but the physics and everything I’ve read say it’s not ideal. Would you take a pass on this handle or give it a go?