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Marble's Camp Axe 15-3/4" Overall, American Hickory Handle - MR701SB

Customer Reviews 3.375 Read 8 reviewsWrite a Review
Part Number: MR701SB
Manufacturer: Marble's Knives
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Description
MR701SB: Camp Axe
Marble's
 
Camp Axe - 15-3/4" overall. 6" 1045 high carbon steel head with 4" cutting edge. American hickory handle with enlarged lanyard hole. Made in El Salvador.
Wood Handles
Wood Handles
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
3.375 (8 reviews)
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3 out of 5
Matt
NY
Jul 03, 2016
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Loose Head Occurences
To fix the loose head problem easily without any hard work (and also to help treat it in general) just treat the handle with boiled linseed oil and put it on the very top, and continue to coat the top sticking out of the head. Once there are enough coats to expand the wood a bit outwards, it shouldn't come loose. They are manufactured in a very humid environment then shipped to a very much dryer environment so the wood will contract.
3 out of 5
Chas 3Rd
Michigan
Mar 28, 2016
Pros: Handle Material, Head Material, None
Cons: Construction
loose handle
Havent swung this more than a few ties .. Im reprofiling the handle to put the blade down tighter .. Now all I need is some sort of press to push that da** round wedge in farther. The handle has good orientation and the edge comes nice .
3 out of 5
Michael
Marshfield, Wi. USA
Mar 08, 2016
Pros: Construction, Balance, Weight, Head Material, None
Cons: Balance, Weight, Construction, Head Material
Wieght? Cross sectional picture of the blade
Blade thickness has everything to do with bight depth possibilities. How thick is the blade one inch up towards the hafting of the handle from the edge? How heavy it is will determine how much fun it is to pack in and how fast you can move it, how often you want to swing it. I lighter, thinner hatchet sharpens more easily and works longer without fatigue in fine work of the rustic carpenter. Light hatchets may even be used upside down without the threat to the bursa of the elbow. What is your data. As I own a few hatchets from Norlund, defunct, I have weight and thickness preferences. I can't buy one based on data given. Marbles brand name is no longer an indication of engineering.
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