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    Thread seems to been idle for quite sometime now.
    But figured I’d share my recent purchase here
    GB large splitting axe

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    Iíve been liking the Husqvarna carpenter axe lately.




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    I am thinking about getting me one of these axes from Council Tool. My BIL’s wife is part of the family that runs this business and I have a couple of garden tools they gave me about 25 years ago or so. I’ve used them to clear brush, work in the garden and just general outside use and they are still in great shape. I suspect their axes are top notch, too.

    https://counciltool.com/product-category/axes/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waylander View Post
    I’ve been liking the Husqvarna carpenter axe lately.



    I was just looking at these yesterday. They appeared to be rebranded Wetterlings (which isn't a bad thing).

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    Quote Originally Posted by flenna View Post
    I am thinking about getting me one of these axes from Council Tool. My BILís wife is part of the family that runs this business and I have a couple of garden tools they gave me about 25 years ago or so. Iíve used them to clear brush, work in the garden and just general outside use and they are still in great shape. I suspect their axes are top notch, too.

    https://counciltool.com/product-category/axes/
    We've issued these in patrol vehicles for years, they work well on the medium-large fir and spruce trees that have fallen across the road behind me blocking exit.
    Last edited by gunnerblue; 10-01-22 at 22:14.

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    Among others...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnerblue View Post
    I was just looking at these yesterday. They appeared to be rebranded Wetterlings (which isn't a bad thing).
    Close. Husqvarna has used Wetterlings some and may still. This latest one is being made by Hults Bruk which is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waylander View Post
    Close. Husqvarna has used Wetterlings some and may still. This latest one is being made by Hults Bruk which is good.
    Thanks

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    I’ve had a husqvarna carpenters axe for years. It has seen many camping trips and has help up nice. Treat the handle with linseed oil. Perfect for my use and has been a great little camp axe.

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    I use the Gransfors Bruk hunter model axe.
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