So I've been wanting to get a Kabar BK4 Machaxe for a while and was reading the reviews for it on amazon and one reader really didn't like it and suggested the Ontario 6420 OHC Kukri instead. Any recommendations to either one? I should probably tell you all what I want to use it for to you give more context. I absolutely love my Wetterlings large hunters axe and consider that my go to cutting tool. However, its too heavy for climbing 14's and for backpacking trips where you are moving to a new camp site everyday or there is a fire ban - no point in carrying an axe when you can't have a fire and are only going to us it to make a chair. My Mora isn't big enough to use as a stand alone knife and I want something with more chopping power than my Knives of Alaska Defense knife (zero chopping power). I really like the chopping actions and motion of swinging but still would like something that I can put a convex edge on and be able to make feather sticks. I guess what I'm trying to say is: I want a weighted tip to simulate the swinging action of a hammer but something lighter and that provides a more all round option than an axe. Your thoughts?