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Estwing Sportsman Axe 11-1/2" Overall, Stacked Leather Handle, Nylon Sheath - E14A

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Part Number: E14A
Manufacturer: Estwing Axes
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Description
E14A: Sportsmans Axe
Estwing
 
The Estwing Sportsmans Axe is designed for hunters, campers, and outdoorsmen who need a compact, functional hatchet made to the highest standards. Measures 11-1/2" overall, with a 6" stacked leather handle, and 2-7/8" beveled cutting edge. The small rectangular hammer on the back of the axe is 5/8" wide by 2" tall, perfectly flat for tapping in tent stakes. American forged in one piece out of genuine American steel. Each axe is made to last a lifetime and comes with an Estwing branded nylon sheath.
Features
  • Genuine stacked leather grip
  • Satin finish axe head and body
  • Nylon axe belt sheath
Specifications
  • Overall Length: 11-1/2"
  • Cutting Edge: 2-7/8"
  • Handle Length: 6"
  • Weight: 1 lb. 4.4 oz. Axe Only, 1 lb. 6.1 oz. with Sheath
  • Made in the USA

UPC Code: 034139611219

Leather Sheath
Leather Sheath
Leather is known for its durability and traditional appeal. When compared to Kydex it is preferred for its silence when bumped against other objects, as well as blade retention.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
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Alabama Hiker
Alabama
May 29, 2017
Pros: Head Material, Balance, Construction, Weight, Handle Material
Cons: None
last forever
I was given this hatchet when I was starting the Scouts. That was 30 years ago. It's gone on every hike, camp out and even a deployment. So it has more nights in the woods then anything else I own. I sharpen it once a year and clean it off when I unpack. Mine has the original leather sheath that it came with. All in all I've never needed to buy another hatchet but being a gear head I have tried others but none have the same feel or weight. And after a good sharpening none cut or chop as well in my opinion. Give it a try and maybe you'll have the same luck. Good camping.
4 out of 5
Jennifer
Fruita, Co
Jul 22, 2015
Pros: Handle Material, Weight, Balance
Cons: Head Material, None
Good Camping Axe
I have owned this axe for six months and taken it on two camping trips so far. I like the axe. It feels good in my hand and I like the weight. The axe is beautiful to look at. The head will never come off since it is one piece with the handle. I think that is the best feature of this axe. The manufacturer's sticker is really hard to get off but got the residue off with some goo gone. Also, the steel seems kind of soft. It sharpens up nice but with moderate use chopping kindling or small trees it loses its edge quickly and chips. If you want a beautiful axe and don't mind sharpening it after each trip then I recommend this axe. I got a Lansky sharpening puck and it works great on this axe.
3 out of 5
Logan
California
Sep 21, 2014
Pros: Handle Material, Construction, None
Cons: Handle Material, Weight
good axe; seen better
When i received this axe i was generally uneducated in the world of axes but have come to learn alot. This axe will never lose the handle, because it's one piece of solid steel, and i love that. I love the look and ergonomics of the handle. I liked the sheath with a few minor gripes. i also love that's it's made in America I did not like the edge that it came with, it was not good, and had a very very bad burr one one side of the edge. the steel is a little soft, it takes a great edge but doesn't retain it as long. Its use is for chopping mostly, i have found it to be an ok splitter at best, unless your splitting kindling. it also has a short handle, so don't try to be paul bunyan with it. also since it is almost 100% steel (besides the handle) it is fairly heavy for it's size. i have a very nice axe from council tool (Great axe company Made in America as well) that has a 2 pound head on a 19 inch wood handle that weighs the same, but is longer and sharper, and to me better.
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