This is an on going project I've posted about before. I've fixed the edge, less a finish sharpening. Have Shaved the haft for a nice hand and fitted it to the shoulder. Today I wanted to get it wedged up tight and ready for it's edge. Here she is ready for phase 3. This is a chopper. Whole package is about 5 lbs on a 32 inch haft. One of the most important things when setting a head is to ensure the kerf is about 2/3 the depth of the eye thickness. This one is ready to go. Plenty sticking out the top and a nice kerf to drive the wedge. Nice thin wedge Was a nice drive in. I've no doubt this one is tight. I cut the wedge off with a saw then use a rasp to get a decent smooth top. This ones pretty good. Here she is soaking. I intend to finish the edges tomorrow and will post it. Thanks for looking. These fine cutters need to be saved.