Discussion in 'Blades' started by chelloveck, Apr 24, 2014.
I'll purchase one !! WHERE ?? I found one site 260 USD ?? or 180 Euros .. LETS get serious ..
Watch his wrists twist on impact. That alone drops my interest to zero.
Try a Chopper 1. It cams the split open, doesn't twist in the hand.
Home - Chopper Axe Only 90frns.
They sell spare parts kits for Chopper 1, so it has the downside of moving parts.
Disclaimer: I haven't used a Chopper 1 myself.
seen this axe before, prolly works great on nice straight grained, knot free wood. I think there was a forum that had one of these and was passing it around to members who signed up for a "trial". Consensus was, it was ok, not great, most would rather stick with a maul.
Select more than one if you have more than one and you sharpen them differently.
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Looks like a $200 impracticality to me.
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im wanting to buy 1 fixed blade knife ,i axe .what would yall recamend? id want to be able to count on them when needed .last a LIFE TIME ?
Anybody know who makes the best as far as axes or hatchets go?
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