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  1. Stringer

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    Just got my 2Nd Condor Travel Hawk.
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    And after handle treatment
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    Definitely a dual purpose tool for me
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    I am loving mine so far, along with the rest of them
     

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    What's that in the top left of the group pic?
     
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    it is a swedish brush clearing axe
     
  6. Miller White

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    My boys with ears

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    Before and after of this Montgomery Ward Lakeside DB Cruiser I think it turned out great and can't wait to try it. Next project on the left.
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    Great job!
     
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    That green mask is the heat.
     
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    This one was passed down to me from my Dad. I put basic new handle on it and sharpened it. Not sure what make it is and it must be over 50yrs old.

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  12. M.Hatfield

    M.Hatfield Midnight Joker #42 Lifetime Supporter

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    Been using two new pieces of kit to assemble both my lightweight and heavyweight Nessmuk Trio's. :cool:

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    and lighter weight....

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    Considering that collection, I take it you too like the dualism of it a lot too?
     
  14. sharpmaker

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    I do, I generally like and carry tools that serve more than one function
     
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    That looks like my 240 in your lightweight kit, but which Silk is in the heavier?
     
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    Big Boy 360mm :cool:
     
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    I was thinking sickle [sic] of one sort or another
     
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    Ahhhh, and that kydex sheathed hatchet?
     
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    @Park Swan Mini Work Hawk. Only thing mini about it is it's size. :D
     
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    I have always heard of it being referred to as a swedish brush axe, they are used a lot by the hydro companies in ontario where I am from, that one was found in the bush by some hydro lines
     
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    Finally got myself one of the famed Billnas 12.3’s. This one was restored with a hand carved 23” ash handle by BeaverCreek Woodcraft.
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    For those wondering, I believe Matt has another 12.3 with a hand carved Ash handle up for grabs right now too ;)
     
  23. DarrylM

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    Question for all you experienced axe hangers.
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    Do you, or, should I, cut relief notches in the handle for the ridges in the eye? The ridges are digging in pretty hard and closing the wedge kerf.
     
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  24. Kelly W

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    @DarrylM

    Drive those ridges all the way down to the shoulder of that haft. Being hard to get set is their beauty :)
     
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    Right on! Thanks @Kelly W.
     
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    First set a wedge in temporarily, enough to maintain the kerf width. Then drive the ridges in clean and tight without having to carve.

     
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    That sounds like a great tip. Thanks, @Muleman77!
     
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    That's an excellent tip, one I wish I'd known about before now! (Hand slapping forehead).
    I suppose an opportunity to try it is just an overstrike away, lol.
     
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    A very small selection of some of my axe collection. I have been using these on my cabin build this summer. I love my Billnäs axes!
     
  30. Kelly W

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    Kellokoski's aint bad either

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  31. Kelly W

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    I just couldn't find any love for the color of this haft no matter what I do to it.

    Before

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    So I built me a little fire

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    I like it better after some flaming

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    Took a few years of waiting for one to pop up on here, but worth the wait.

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    My newest addition...

    3.75lb Mann Knot Klipper
    Original 27.5" handle
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  38. Stringer

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    Doesn't appear to have seen much use.
     
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    Thank you. It really looks like the pole saw the heaviest use.
     
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    Newest addition! MVIMG_20190814_195430.jpg
     
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    Finally finished hafting, learned a few things. Pretty happy with it as-is, plan to finish "de-housing" the oversize shoulder and smooth out the transition to the head.
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    Got a good pinch on that head with the wedge.
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    This particular handle has a portion of heartwood on one side, seating the head, it dug into the softer sapwood side, and now the bit is slightly out of line with the haft. I can see it, but I can't get a picture of it.

    In addition to some shaping, sanding, oiling on the handle, this ol' head needs a bit of file and puck time and then we'll see what work it can do.
     
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    This thread is dangerous for me to look at. I'd love to find a head worth sprucing up and hafting, it just isn't easy in a part of the world where there aren't many trees. Maybe, I'll find one on vacation over the next few weeks.
     
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    @Expo 6 , as a card carrying enabler, I feel obligated to suggest that you begin your search on eBay for a quality vintage candidate for restoration.
    If you'd like I'd be happy to provide you with some links to get you started.
     
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    @Ptpalpha I don't currently have an address that receives packages so I think I'm safe from the endless options that eBay would provide... for now :rolleyes:
     
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    Tommy's Tommy Axe Is going home today. I tuned the edge for him this morning.

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    Enjoy @Forestree

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    New Tommy axe in the mail from @Kelly W and it’s fantastic! Thanks so much! I don’t care who you are, but if there’s an axe with your name stamped in it then you just gotta have it :D And a fine polished edge to top it off....lovin’ it!

    Found an old advertisement from popular science magazine in 1941 about the Tommy axe and it sold me :)

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    Wish you could still get them for the price in the ad.
     
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    Now you can lick a 1001 jobs! Enjoy :) @Forestree :)
     
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