The wife decided we would spend the day with her dad gathering some firewood, He dropped a few red oaks sometime last year so we spent the day dragging, cutting and splitting. Here is how the Craftsman I hung last year started the day. A little on the Craftsman. https://bushcraftusa.com/forum/threads/craftsman-axe-head-any-pointers.166434/ I never finished the post because I was a little self conscious about the finished product. Wasn't a great job on my end. Either way she worked so I left her as is. Splitting maul is currently being re-hung so this was all we had to split with. Did a great job until I hit a big knot and the head loosened a good bit. Wife's grandfather says I've got an old axe somewhere. Digs around in his shed and produces this. Collins 3 1/2 lb. Not sure of the head pattern. Jersey, Kentucky? Father in law takes one swing and says this head is loose too. Look closer and the metal wedge has fallen out. I recommended not using it but he doesn't usually listen and today was no different. Couple more swings and the head was so loose it wouldn't tap back down. Grandfather says I haven't used it in 10 years or more. He then mentions another axe in the shed. We dig out this. No idea on this one. Anyone? Father in law steps up to the plate. One swing, a long crack shows in the middle of the handle. Again, I wouldn't use it. Again, a few more swings. Handle breaks in half. Luckily we have a truck bed full already. We don't heat with wood primarily so we use very little. So, me being the sweet grandson-in-law that I am, I offer to rehang them and bring them back if he ever needs them. He agreed to let me hang them and laughed about maybe bringing them back but didn't say no. So, I now have to finish the splitting maul, the 'Kentucky' that I've been working on, the Craftsman, the Collins and the 'no name'. 5 total for me. I hope he never remembers I have them. Joking, sort of.