Looks about the right size to take on an airplane as the TSA will think it's a toddlers toy. After you are in the air take the axe and run up and
down the aisles shouting "Above Top Secret, Above Top Secret!!!"
It looks more like a meat cleaver than an axe. I doubt if it would split more than some kindling. I sure wouldn't want to be chopping down a maple
tree with it. I get it would be great for splitting coconuts.
Skinning hides, chopping through bone joints, severing tendons, that sort of thing.
It's the perfect size to take on a hunting trip and the wider rounded shape of the head for carefully skinning a hide... although the blade corners
should have been made a bit more rounded back so as to not cut through the hide accidentally and possibly ruining it.
Take it from an Arkansas country boy that spends all his free time hunting and fishing. That axe is designed for tanning. Not for wood of any sort.
It's made more for scraping hide as opposed to cutting it.
Ideal for skinning and prepping a carcass if sharp enough. Though for 99 bangers i want it folded 210 times by a japanese master samurai swordsmith
and tempered in the tears of a baby panda...obviously not straight off the Panda's face. Garthered..in a bucket... over a millenia or so.
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