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    Default Axe and Saw PICS!

    Lets see those pretty maids all in a row!!!



    Left to right, My double bit I found and redid, Estwing Hudson Bay style, Plumb boys axe, a Gerber with a poly handle, and a Wetterlings hatchet.



    Top to bottom, a Sven saw, an Allen cheapy, a Gerber that slides inside the handle, and a wire saw.

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    Don't have allot of axes, but here's my choppers


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    Nice collection! I like the double bit- what brand is it ?
    Nemo me impune lacessit ! Wisdom is knowing what to do; Skill is knowing how to do it ; Character is what lets you actually do the job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreyOne View Post
    Nice collection! I like the double bit- what brand is it ?
    It isn't marked. I found it in the basement of a house I rented in Spokane.

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    Talking not to many

    here are some that im working on in my free/thinking time , some big some small different shapes ,have 2 double bit, pics soon
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    Here ye go then

    Choppers



    Top Martindale British Army Machette

    Axes L to R, Cheapie B&Q (Home Depot) axe, Gransfors Mini Hatchet, Gransfors Small Forest Axe

    Saws



    Home made buck saw, 24" blade

    Two NW Woodsman Buck Saws





    The bottom one i have modified, per my post in reviews http://www.bushcraftusa.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1313 to make it imo more user friendly, ive since heard back from Eric and he is going to incorporate some of my mod's on his saws.



    Bacho Laplander, small saw on my SAK, i use this all the time, especially when carving spoons and the like, Duluth Bob Dustrude folding buck saw, this thing is the dogs danglies.

    These days though i just carry a 24" peg tooth blade and my Laplander with me and make a buck saw/ bow saw when im in the woods, far less to carry and pack, and tbh, they do the job just as well.





    I use a saw more and more these days, im not felling big trees, nor cutting up massive rounds of timber for the fire, biggest is probably 6-8" diameter, if i want to hammer tent pegs or the like, i can make a mallet from a round of wood by cutting round the entire circumference of a log then splitting it down to make the handle, 9 times out of ten though, i'll just pick up a small log and use that for a hammer.

    Short video of the bushie bow saw pictured above cutting well seasoned sweet chestnut of approx 4" diameter.

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    More blade ####, eh? I'm down. Bown-chicka-wow-wow...

    Top knife: YP leuku
    Bottom knife: Roselli leuku

    Top axe: Bilnäs refurbished
    Middle axe: Wetterlings LHA
    Bottom axe: Generic refurbished

    Left saw: Fiskars 10"
    Right saw: Opinel 5"
    Bottom saw: Stanley 12"

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    Good Gosh Gaga! Do you have an axe fetish? ohh this is my Axe



    Just kidding I dont have a pic of my real one but its a Cold Steel trail hawk.

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    just a hobby,LOL MGM, i just like to grind and fix them up,and for 5-7$ a piece including shipping cost...basically the handle is more expensive 8-12$ some are for me, some for my uncles, some for sale to my uncles friends for at least double my cost. old timers can smell/feel good quality,the handles are USA made
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    I think you may have more of a problem than you like to admit Gaga, a few key words in your last statement give you away. For example:

    grind, handle, expensive, the whole thing about some for your uncles (sick), feel good.

    As yoiu can see you may need help, lol.

    In any case I posted mine in knife ####, old garage sale axe, and my cold steele riflemans hawk.

    Hang in there Gaga we're there for ya.

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