Hey everyone, my local Stihl dealer has a Stihl chopping axe which is a re-branded German Oxhead medium forest axe. I already have a Finnish Fiskars axe (great but steel is too soft) and a Wetterlings Large Hunting Axe but was looking for a 28"-31" handled full sized axe that can both chop and split yet is built tough as nails. Pretty sure this thing will chop well but I'm not sure if that head design will split very well. Anyone with experience with the Stihl or Oxhead version of this axe? I want to take the axe on a sled with me during winter backcountry trips here in the Rockies and need something very well built. I'm also looking at the Wetterlings American Felling axe but Wetterlings prices are just getting ridiculous lately since Gransfors took them over. Can't afford a $200 Gransfors Felling axe so please don't recommend them to me! Snow & Nealley is using China built heads and from what I hear the steel is too soft these days. I'm also looking at the Council Tool axes but there is just not enough long-term info about the durability of these axes (American made but they have no warranty, strangely). Basically I want a good all around pack axe that can chop and split well without the steel being too soft. thanks!