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Gransfors Bruks Axes

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Durable tools for felling and hewing logs and timbers but at the same time a work of art. Hand-forged in Sweden by experienced smiths who are so proud of their work they stamp their initials right on the axe head beside the company logo. To keep knuckles away from the face of the log, axe head is slightly twisted in the traditional manner (no bent handle).
  • Blades are hardened to Rockwell 58 and ground to a razor sharp edge
  • Comes with a grain-leather sheath for protection
  • Hickory handles will not loosen or come off
  • Desired tool for dressing logs to a precise flat surface
  • Blade ground to a 25° bevel on one side only
  • Wide 7" blade, 20"L handle, 4 lb.
  • 20-year guarantee

Customer Reviews of Gransfors Bruks Axes
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 5/22/2014
said: Nicholas DiBiase
"Great axes, but, as has already been noted, this model pictured is *not* a felling or splitting axe. This is a broad axe designed for woodworking / carpentry. Gransfors axes are top-class tools and can't be beat, but I don't think anyone looking for a general forest / camp / etc axe would be well-served by this model. "
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- 1/18/2012
said: Brendan White
"Beautiful axe, but now for felling a tree like mentioned. This axe was designed for hewing. You will need a balanced felling axe as well as this axe if you want the whole experience."
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- 12/9/2010
said: Kent
"I have two of the Gransfors Bruks axes and have found them to be exceptional quality. Perfectly balanced with handles that seem to have been custom made for my hand. Unbelievably durable (if used for the intended purpose). Well worth the price. I would pay double for an axe of this quality. I heat almost exclusively with wood and these axes have proven themselves repeatedly."
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