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Discussion in 'Axe, Tomahawk, & Hatchet Forum' started by Wood Splitter, Mar 31, 2012.
Swamp Rat Kill Devil Hawk and Crash Rat Hawk
These three were my first foray into re handling old heads. I didn't realise how hard it would be! The 36" Tennessee Hickory handle is a not very exciting 3.5lb head I had laying around, the 32" Octagonal House handle has a 3.2lb Lakeside head from the bay, and the 28" Link handle has a Homestead 2.25lb head I found locally.
Nice collection of Swamp Rat hawks. The Busse BWM also match perfectly with the KDSHs.
worked on this plumb hatchet I picked up for $11 yesterday. Rehung it on the same handle. Need to figure out how to fix / repair the sheath.
I saw something similar in a local antique store but they wanted way too much for it.
light gave out on me a bit but worked on these tonight. The Tommy Axe is being donated to a seeing-eye dog organization.
Union tools boys axe.
Good on you.
What's the handle length on that one?
Winkler Sayoc RnD hawk. Curly maple scales.
19" hickory from the hickory handle store. Lots of working to get it down but really nice wood.
......All these axes being posted up.....makes you wonder sometimes......
Lookin' good fellows
another plumb hatchet I picked up today. The head was painted silver; the handle red and black. looks a little better now. rehung on the same handle
Rehandled 1960's Garant axe. This is my dad's axe and first axe I used so making it look original had some sentimental value.
Cooperhill, that's a nice gesture with the donation!
Coop - any update on the flint edge Connecticut pattern for me that I gave u 3 axes for however many months ago now? 4 months ago?
a new shingling hatchet I picked up for $4. It's marked with a horse shoe. Can't make out the writing yet.
a few new ones with a little linseed soak. Op this the top of your CT.
well some of these have been hanging out for a while
and i just got these from house handle
got some work to do now :thumbup: