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ESTWING CAMPER'S AXE
Estwing has been a leader in striking tools since 1923, bringing world-class engineering together with high-quality materials and superior production to address the specific requirements of each and every tool.
Estwing's Camper's Axe38cm is the outdoorsman's "must-have" tool, very handy for light camp chores, e.g. chopping up a branch into small pieces and cutting roots. It is fully-forged in one piece with the handy tent stake puller and Estwing's patented Shock Reduction grip.
This is a tool that will last generations. Whether you are chopping ﬁrewood for a campsite or your backyard ﬁre pit, the camper's axe is a perfect size and weight for the job. Each axe is 35.6cm in length with a 9cm cutting edge and comes with a heavy-duty sheath to protect the axe head.
Features & Benefits
Solid America Steel:Considered the proven leader in quality
Single-piece steel construction: - There are no head or handle-neck connections to loosen - No concerns about the head coming loose and flying off - This is the strongest construction known
Blue Shock Reduction Grip®: - Patented Shock Reduction feature - Reduces the vibration transfer from the hammer blow to the user by as much as 70% - Provides unsurpassed comfort. No other hammer has this grip.
Hand Sharpened Edge: Give a better and smooth cut
Edge: 9cm edge
Colours: Black, Orange, and Blue
Weight: 1 kg
Black Nylon Sheath Included
Made in the U.S.A.
HOW TO USE AN AXE?
1. Place the wood that you are going to chop in the middle a chopping block that can be the base of a tree or a sturdy table.
2. Lower yourself onto one knee in front of the chopping block. This position can balance the body when you are swinging the axe. Generally, if you are a righty, your right knee should be on the ground. If not, your left knee should be on the ground.
3. When you are holding the axe with one hand, use the other hand to steady and position the wood.
4. Bend at the elbow to swing while keeping your wrist and hand straight. Target the same spot every time when chopping until you have cut the wood into pieces.