The Best Camping Ax
- Fiskars 378501-1002 X7 Hatchet
- RoverTac Multitool Survival
- Schrade SCAXE10 11.1in Full Tang Hatchet
- Estwing Special Edition Sportsman’s
- SOG Outdoor Survival Hatchet and Tactical Tomahawk
- LEXIVON V14 Camping Hatchet
- WilFiks Chopping Axe, 15” Camping Outdoor
Fiskars 378501-1002 X7 Hatchet camping ax
RoverTac Multitool Survival camping ax
Schrade SCAXE10 11.1in Full Tang Hatchet camping ax
Estwing Special Edition Sportsman’s camping ax
SOG Outdoor Survival Hatchet and Tactical Tomahawk camping ax
LEXIVON V14 Camping Hatchet camping ax
WilFiks Chopping Axe, 15” Camping Outdoor camping ax
Fiskars 378501-1002 X7 Hatchet camping ax
Another easy-to-carry choice perfect for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts, the X7 Hatchet is ideal for chopping kindling and small- to medium-sized logs. Like every X-Series Hatchet or Axe, the X7 combines perfected weight distribution, advanced blade geometry, an ultra-sharp edge and virtually unbreakable design to maximize your performance. This combination of features allows the blade to bite deeper when chopping. With more blade penetration on each swing, you can chop more wood in less time, with less effort and hand strain.
- Ideal for chopping kindling and small- to medium-sized logs
- Chops deeper with each swing to get more done faster
- Perfected balance and power-to-weight ratio increases swing speed to multiply power, much like an aluminum baseball bat
- Proprietary blade-grinding technique provides a sharper edge for better contact and cleaner cuts
- Lifetime warranty. Low-friction blade coating powers through wood and prevents head from getting stuck
- Type: camping ax
Ideal for chopping, kindling and small to swing to get more done faster perfected balance and power to weight ratio increases swing, speed to multiply power. Much like an aluminum baseball bat proprietary, blade grinding technique provides a sharper edge for better contact and cleaner cuts. Lifetime warranty, low friction, blade, coating powers through wood and prevents head from getting stuck in the description to get this product today, at the best price ideal for chopping, kindling and small to medium-sized logs chops deeper, with each swing to get more done, faster perfected balance and power to weight ratio increases swing, speed to multiply power.
Much like an aluminum baseball, bat proprietary, blade grinding technique provides a sharper edge for better contact and cleaner cuts. Lifetime warranty, low friction, blade, coating powers through wood and prevents head from getting stuck in the description to get this product today, at the best price ideal for chopping, kindling and small to medium-sized logs chops deeper, with each swing to get more done, faster perfected balance and power to weight ratio increases swing, speed to multiply power.
Much like an aluminum baseball, bat proprietary, blade grinding technique provides a sharper edge for better contact and cleaner cuts. Lifetime warranty, low friction, blade, coating powers through wood and prevents head from getting stuck in the description to get this product today, at the best price ideal for chopping, kindling and small to medium-sized logs chops deeper, with each swing to get more done, faster perfected balance and power to weight ratio.
Everyone, it’s Ivan, Kip AFRICOM here, to bring you another gear view, and today we were out here talk about this guy, the Fiskars x7 hatchet. About a year ago, I was looking for a hatchet because asked my oldest son, who was five at the time. I was like what do you want for Christmas and he’s like I want to axe and I’m like well, a little person axe is a hatchet, so we’re gonna go ahead and go with a hatchet, so I started looking around ended up settling on this guy and couldn’t be happier with it.
The hatchet comes with this really handy carrying case, slash, sheath, basically rock, or that piece out of the way at which point you just fold the blade out. The blade is covered with a really low friction material. So it’s not gonna get stuck when you’re hacking through stuff and it features their perma head, which is a way of basically mounting the sheath body into the actual hatchet head.
So you’re not gonna have separation, and then it has their dura handle, which is a way of molding. These two different pieces to reduce, friction and shock when you’re hacking into stuff so how’s this thing doing action. That’s of course the next question right, I’m really impressed with this. It really digs deep and starts hacking it apart.
Additionally, if you need a split stuff, it does a good job with that. But, as I’ll show you right here, this thing hacks like a champ, huh, I’m, gonna spare. You me chopping through this whole limb, so I can go, throw it in my fire tonight, but suffice to say this thing’s champion. As you can see, this thing will get after some wood, I’m really impressed I, don’t know if it’s the blading or what it is.
But this thing does a great job. It also splits wood really good. Sometimes my son, who this belongs to would be like hey, Dad curry, go cut some wood and we’ll go out there and start splitting wood. He has a blast I end up with kindling win-win + lifetime. Warranty on these guys, and it’s only I believe 1 4 pounds really light.
14 inches, strap it onto your pack, bring down a backcountry hack up. Some wood have a nice warm fire win win, also get these guys off of Amazon less than 25 bucks, pretty good deal and yeah. If you need one pick, one up, they’re awesome thanks for joining us at cabe, adhikam, look forward to seeing you next time.
Hello YouTube: this is digital. Redbeard I am going to bring you a quick review and test of the Fiskars hatchet, the x7, so we’ve got a plastic. Carry handle just pops right off lightweight, it’s more just to hold it hold it in the store racks, but it does work just fine as a sheath. You can’t attach it to a belt or anything really, but it works. Okay. This is a very lightweight hatchet made in Sweden Finland, sorry Fiskars, finland, right there. It does have a Swedish type bevel, where it is just one single bevel at the end, that comes all the way to a tip sort of like a Scandi grind knife, which is very easy to sharpen I found it very easy to sharpen and it takes a Razors Edge works.
Excellent. It has a kind of a Teflon or anti stick coating on it, so it doesn’t stick into the wood which works great. A hollow handle plastic. Very strong, I haven’t had any problems out of it, so I am going to test. It chopping, this branch piece of branch into some smaller sections. So that’s what we’re going to do. This is some heartwood, not sure exactly what type of hardwood it is, but that’s definitely not a pine. As you can see, axe has no problem splitting right through it makes pretty quick work out of this side pieces would I’d say you could cut split anywhere up to maybe four to five inch pieces of wood, maybe even larger.
As I said it does have an anti stick coating. So if you try to split wood this way, it does not really stick in at all it’ll, just kind of come back out, so I found the lay it down and kind of beat it like that works better than trying to kind of baton or split it. That way, if you get, you know one good strike down through. Of course, you wouldn’t want your hand in the way, but it could work that way. Another thing that I’ve noticed is that I said this knife will take a razor’s edge and you can actually use it to make feather, sticks or shavings.
It takes a little bit of practice, but it actually will make some pretty decent shavings. If you didn’t have a knife with you and you were wanting to make some tinder to start a fire pretty decent job there, if you can make down to some very small pieces of kindling, this hatchet I got great control, balance point right there, so you can choke up on it or use it back here. It’s almost too small for two-handed use, I’ve got medium sized hands and you can, you could I suppose, use a two-handed but one-handed.
It’s really so lightweight that you don’t need to use two hands and there’s for us to talk about it. Doesn’t it doesn’t bite in at all? So, if you’re trying to finish a split, sometimes that can be a little difficult or an inexpensive. Patchett I picked this one up at Walmart for $25 I, believe 25 $27, something like that. The steel holds a great edge. I haven’t chipped it or Nick steel at all, while using it to split wood. I’ve used it several times now, Reese sharpened, it works great lightweight, inexpensive, durable, good product.
Guns, I get reviews, and today we’re going to take a look at the Fiskars x7 14 inch hatchet stick around. Maybe we’ll learn something together. So after I did my Ozark Trail had to review I got to thinking that maybe I should go ahead and pick up the Fiskars x7 hatchet, which is what the Ozark Trail seems to be a copy of and boy it’s it’s awful close I’ll. Do a head-to-head review and testing of the two of them in comparison here soon, but today, I want to take a look at this on its own, see how well it performs chopping.
This fallen looks like cherry. So, let’s, let’s give this a shot. Well, man I’m about halfway through it in almost no time this little boy does a lot of work. I mean yeah I, think it is cherry. Yep weeks of just fly Wow so far, I got to give it a thumbs up. Let me go use a saw, cut a couple of pieces of downed wood and we’ll see how it splits. Well, it looks like it has a nice wedge-shaped head with these little projections that flare out so that the plastic of the handle doesn’t get caught so we’ll see how it splits- okay, well, first, we’ll see that I’m not very accurate, so yeah now, maybe we’ll see how it splits, because you know apparently I suck I can’t swing a hatchet straight.
Well, that doesn’t do too bad at all. Does it carve it at all, not really I, don’t know if you do well trying to make further sticks with this or not probably not I, think the edge could stand to be sharpened. A bit well looks like it does a pretty good job of splitting kindling anyway, here in an upcoming video I’m gonna, take a look at this head-to-head with the Ozark Trail hatchet that I’m pretty sure copies.
It will compare the two see how they test versus each other, and you know, try and form an opinion on that. You know, as always, if you guys have any questions comments concerns please feel free to leave them below. I will put a link to this axe in the description below. So if you want to check it out, you can go ahead and do that you know, as always, please, if you like what you seen give me a like share subscribe.
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Well: hey there! Everyone Aaron here welcome to another episode of Gideon’s tactical today we’re doing a review and field test on our second hatchet to the Gideon’s tactical channel. We’ve already reviewed the Kershaw Camp axe and now we’re reviewing the fist scars x7. This is a finish made in Finland Finnish little hatchet for you that comes in at a very inexpensive twenty-five dollars got a high carbon steel head.
Fiberglass handle comes with a little sheath I mean really a little workhorse for you guys and as you’re about to see here as we go through the field tests and give you some basic specs on this thing. I think this is going to be one of the best bang for your buck on the market. So, let’s go ahead. Jump out there begin to thrash on this sucker and we’ll give you some basic specs and we’ll wrap up the review and you’ll see how much I like the FISC ARS x7.
Oh yeah done those men are making in a bird’s nest. So basically what you’re doing is you’re putting the finish stuff on the bottom about x7 can definitely carve like that check. That out heck yeah, let’s go ahead and talk about the business end of the fist, cars x7. What you have here is a high carbon steel, head, rockwell, hardness of 56/58 a really hard knot. They can sometimes chunk out on you and chip out on you, so this 55 rockwell hardness is good.
You know it’s not ideal, but for a price point of 25 bucks, you know it’s not. That is very, very easy to get an edge back on this thing, guys I use my work, sharp field, sharpener piece of cake, I’ve, already sharpened this blade and cleaned it up. You can see how well and easy it cleans up. I mean I can get a shaving, literally shaving sharp edge back on this thing in, like a minute and a half with my work, sharp a field sharpener so very easy to maintain this high carbon steel blade.
It does have that flat black coating or flat gray coating on the head to protect against rust. Some of the specs for you on the actual head is the cutting edge, is 2 and 3/4 of an inch or 2 75 inches long. It does have that Scandi grind, which again makes it super easy, combined with the high carbon and the 55 Rockwell hardness, so very easy to edge back on there and again shaving sharp edge 5 inches from the edge to the back of that kind of pommel back there that you can easily hammer in tent pegs and different thing like that, and then the thickness of the head is 3/4 of an inch or 0 75 inches in thickness.
So definitely really nice good quality head there. Nothing to complain about you can easily get feather sticks and things like that with that Scandi grind edge right there, the knife, let me excuse me the axe so used to doing knives here on the channel. The axe is not a full tang. We’ll talk about the handle in a little bit. The head goes to right here, so there is no, you know core to it.
It’s just the head seated in the handle there, but it’s nice and secure and seated really well you’re, not going to really worry about that thing flying out of the handle. So those are the basic specs and overall kind of feel of the head. The business end of the Fiskars x7 next week or next week, first week of marches, alright easy way to split some wood with a hatchet is just get a good pack right there, and then you just lift and swing down and pound through with both the hatchet in the piece of wood.
So just go like that see that crack all the way almost halfway through the piece of wood, again we’ve got all the way down to right about. Here is the split so I’ll just kind of find the crack again try to get a good bite in there. You can see. Maybe I’ll split this wood pretty easy here. So now, another good bite rotate just kind of work with it. This is definitely you know, softer wood, let’s say other wood out there, so, but it’s what I got around and what I can work with.
You really get those pieces of wood there. We go broken up nice and easy I like handling right there. Alright, so let’s go ahead and look at the sheath here on the fist scars x7 and all their fish scars. She’s come like this. It’s a polymer plastic design comes with the handle here, no belt loop or belt attachment on the back, so you are either just going to have to obviously hold it to carry it to your place or easily.
You know, paracord other type of lashing points make a little sling for it and just go through this little hand loop right here, then you just take your axe and slide. It has this little lip right there into place, seats, nice and snug. Then you got this orange little snap twist. It locks into place a little bit of a rattle, but it’s very secure. It’s not going to come out very, very nice and secure and that’ll last a lot longer than a lot of those other she’s out there, particularly for the price point again right around 25 to 30 bucks for this hatchet.
That’s a really nice design! Then you just take it pop the little latch open tilt out there you go! So that’s the sheath on the X 7. Alright, let’s go ahead and take a little quick look at the handle on the X 7. It is 14 inches long from the top of the head to the bottom of the handle. 14 inches great compact size. You know so it’s gonna be small enough to be easily put inside.
You know a multi-day pack if you’re doing a backpacking trip or something like that very easy to do with the x7. It is a fiberglass, we’re plastic composite, so it’s they say on their website stronger than steel. Obviously, if it was just one piece of full tank, you know steel, I think it’d be stronger, but according to them it’s stronger than a full tang axe. Basically, so I’ve never heard of any complaining of people having these handles snap and break off on them, or anything like that.
You know it’s very, very tough, durable stuff and the axe itself weighs in at 22 point 6 ounces. So that’s a great carry weight. You’ve got some good have to it. You know that’s as heavy as a Nessie humblest. You know, I mean that’s. Definitely up there with a large heavy-duty, fixed blade. You know that fix blade, cut, cost 160. This thing’s gonna run you about 25 bucks on Amazon or Ebay.
So that’s awesome. Then it is a hollow handle. As you can see, it goes all the way through that’s hollow to the head. So that’s just you know kind of cuts down the weight. So it’s definitely you know head heavy, which is awesome and then extremely organ ama handle down here with a very large lanyard hole. You could easily run 550 through there twice very ergonomic as you’re, seeing as we’re using this I mean it never wants to fly out of my hand, it stays there.
It’s gripped and I never really have to reset and extremely comfortable and doesn’t wear out my hand. This fiberglass handle is really a well designed on this x7 I love with this x7. How the handles designed in such a way I don’t have a lanyard. On this my hand is just locked into place very rarely have to reset your hand and I’m going through this hard piece of pine about five six inches thick.
These denominating the piece of wood all right, so let’s go ahead and wrap up this review on the x7 from fish scars and I got to tell you guys, as you have been able to see throughout this video, extremely impressed very, very impressed with the Scandinavian made hatchet I. Think it’s going to be great for you backpackers. You know just around your home. If you just need to split some, you know kindling and wood I mean any way you slice it.
You are gonna love owning one of these things and at 25 dollars, I mean buy a few, throw them around. Put one in your truck. You put one at your cabin. Keep one in your bug out. Bag keep one in your survival kit I mean it’s really a no-brainer, and if you’re, asking yourself, okay, well, you’ve already done the Kershaw versus this on the Kershaw camp, axe, I’m, going to say v scars all the way.
I definitely got deeper. Cuts in you can see here this one to show you that guys, I kept the little tag chops three times deeper, is what they brag. More power per impact, superior blade design and virtually unbreakable and I would agree with all those statements that they have on their little packaging there. It definitely chopped a lot deeper than the Kershaw. You know, and it may not be a full tang, but it was much more ergonomic in my hand, it was a lot more ergonomic.
Never had to reset didn’t really even need a lanyard, it’s good to have, but didn’t really need it, and I kind of like this design of the sheath a little bit better with how I kind of use a paracord sling to kind of carry it over. My shoulder so I mean all around and it’s you know not made overseas in China or something it’s made overseas in Finland. You know Scandinavia and those guys know what they’re doing with all the mores that we’ve seen.
You know just the the inexpensiveness of the item, but the quality that you’re getting is absolutely there guys. So I love this thing for 25 bucks. You can’t beat it and if you’re not really willing to throw down the big money, you know on a big blade like a BK 9 or an SP 51. You know around 80 bucks twenty-five dollars. This is basically going to do almost all the same chopping tasks that those big knives will do.
It just won’t baton like those big knives do so you know kind of pick your poison big blades versus little hatchets. You know, I haven’t quite decided. You know how I’m feeling yet I definitely dig this I’m. Definitely gonna. Keep this one. I’m gonna buy a few of these things. You know and just throw them around the house throw around the survival kits and use them in abuse a man because they’re they’re definitely workhorses for the price point.
So thanks everybody for watching stay quit stay prepared and we’ll see out there.
How’s it going guys so today than anything I’ve ever done before and I’m taking one of these fisters x7 hatchets. I’ve heard a lot of good things about these, and I’ve used this one a little bit this one’s my brother’s and I’m going to be cutting it in half, because I’ve seen these before and I’ve looked at the head and I don’t know how it’s held on there and that kind of bothers me, because I like to know how things work and I’ve heard reviews from people who’ve been using these things for a decade or more and no one seems to have cut one of these things open.
Even though it’s like I mean yeah, I don’t like cutting a 25 axe in half, but it’s only 25 bucks. That’s not the end of the world. I’m buying my brother, a new axe. It’s already in my house. I’ve already bought it, I’m not just cutting my brother’s axe in half and giving it back to it. So I’m going to cut this thing in half, because I want to know what it looks like.
I want to know how the hell this thing works so eyes and ears. Ladies and gentlemen, let’s get this thing focused in. I think I’m going to cut it this way, let’s see well, as you can expect, the steel is fairly hard, which makes perfect sense. So I am going to replace this disc, which is pretty well loved at this point, and I’m going to replace it and get back to you guys.
Yes, whatever, okay, if that’s all, it is okay. Let’s take a gander at that. That is what we’re looking at looks like it’s just thick nylon there, I’m guessing it’s nylon. I don’t know exactly and there’s a big relief channel in the steel. I mean it’s nothing complicated. Let me see if I can pick up this fragment that I just dropped. Yep shows the exactly the same thing same story there, let’s see if we can pry this nylon off and see just how much goes over the top, because I’m very curious to see that as well.
I’m not gonna get any offer that came off much more easily than anticipated. Okay, so that’s effectively the top channel that we’re looking at and this piece once again, this relief cut out of there. That’s pretty neat, I mean people been using these things and abusing them for decades. Then I guess it’s a strong system of attachment. It seems to work, let’s see if we can pry the rest of it off hey.
Yes, we can okay, so we’ve got man that is still pretty warm, which is entirely to be expected just grabs over the just seats right on, like that super simple, that entire cavity is just filled with steel, which means this piece of steel is going to be really really hot. Just like that, I’m going to reassemble this not with my hands, I’m not still very warm, as you would anticipate if you were smart, that’s what we’re looking at right there! That is our profile inside.
That’s the piece of steel you’re looking at and then all you got is this piece of plastic, which is a pretty impressive piece to be doing as much work as it does over the years, and I went and bought myself one of these, along with the one I bought my brother, so I’m pretty happy about. That seems to be pretty solid. No complaints here well done fiskers.
Hey guys welcome back to the channel, so one product that I have never had any experience with I’ve never even touched is a Fiskars hatchet ER axe and that’s surprising, because I’ve tried a lot of different types of gear and certainly a lot of different types of actions and hatchets. But I’ve never picked one these up, I guess they never had any appeal to me. I’ve always liked the traditional wood handle tools, I think they’re um a lot sexier than this thing is but branches falling down, but you know I’ve been doing some research online and, and one of these came up and in a discussion and I think the gentleman that I was reading said something like that these are the Mora of hatchets and that look that right there intrigued me so I looked into it and I couldn’t believe the price point on these things.
You know 25 bucks for one of these and I thought: okay, I gotta, try this and see what all the the hubbub is about, because there’s a lot of favorable reviews from a lot of people who use these and swear by them. Like I said, I have no experience with this, so I’m going into this thing completely blind and without any kind of you know, pre predisposed opinions. I will say that once I got this at home, I did some splitting of some wood at home and I was pretty impressed, but now we’re out here in the woods and I’ve cut down some different dead standing stuff that I found and we’re gonna try to do some splitting with this.
Now at this size this is a 14 inches. This is not an axe you’re not going to chop down any big trees or cut during large logs. This is I, see this as a splitter and a splitter, predominantly so we’ll see so stick around the other thing, anytime you’re, using a tool of this size, you have to understand its limitations and what it’s capable of and when it’s not capable of, and certainly with wilderness tools, survival tools years, sometimes gonna be pushing them to the limit.
But for the most part they should have a dedicated task, and a hatchet to me is something that I would use to split down wood. So I can get to the DRI center and I can save my knife. So if I’m taking both I’m gonna go with this instead of using my knife to putana left, the knife is for me only used when it’s an emergency or I. Just don’t have all the tools with me. It’s not something I’m doing all the time, but a good hatchet can accomplish a lot of that.
A lot of that task for you and that’s. Why I think it’s kind of neat to have something of this size and also this price point in this weight, because this is something that’s a lot lighter than some of the other ones that I’ve tried and it’s certainly inexpensive. So it’s something that I can buy, but I could throw in my truck or into a pack and not really worry about it. If I destroy it, if I lose it, I can certainly replace it pretty easily and there’s not too many tools that you can get that are actually made in Finland that or 25 blocks, except for a more knife.
So it definitely is the more of hatchets and first thing you notice is: it comes with this plastic sheath that actually used for display at the store, but really works quite well to hold this thing in it, locks it down nice and solid, and it provides a nice safe carrying method. So you get a handle. I could see wrapping this handle, maybe some paracord, so just additional place to source a paracord.
Now this is supposed to be the x7 I. Think the X 7 is the long-standing Fiskars model. This one is the newest rendition of that I think what they’re doing is: they’re they’ve, updated it by adding this texturing on the handle and the slight texturing on the carrier. The older models, the old rx Evans, had like an orange rubber insert right here on the handle. So you know, I had like I said: I haven’t tried any of these, so it doesn’t really matter to me.
I like this. It does have a good grip to it. Nice feel you could certainly see wrapping this with some type of tape. The hockey tape the friction, tape or something if need be, but for now we’re just gonna leave it stock. So one camp task you might have is splitting down this log into smaller pieces. You could certainly do it a couple different ways. This is this would be a standard method where you’re standing it up and splitting down into it.
Now this edge this cutting edge, it’s a little bit smaller than that log, but what I want to see is I want to seek penetration. How far does this thing really go with us with a good swing? So let’s just check it out here now, I’m doing this one-handed a little bit of an over swing. That’s that’s a dry solid wood in there, and that is really splitting it like a wedge. So that’s another thing, I find really interesting about this hatchet compared to other ones.
Is it has a very short blade and that short blade goes down to a wedge very quickly. You know if you have like a grants for Brooks or something like that, it’s gonna it’s a little bit longer. So there’s a more of a taper in the end, it’s much thinner, but this thing goes from thin to thick, pretty quickly and I. Think what’s happening, is that’s really creating a wedge shape and it’s making this more of a splitting hatchet than it was just a traditional hatchet, because I think it’s really biting in really nice and deep, but it’s splitting the wood pretty quickly.
So let’s try some contact splitting now. What I mean by context wedding is that is where you’re holding the wood and the hatchet like this and you’re, beating it against the surface and a contact at the back of the wood is driving that that hatchet in and creating what I’ve heard it called the triangle split method, but I call it contact. So a nice nice surface to work with and they’re very easily can very easily just split this wood while leaving the hatchet not twisting the hatchet the twist in the world like a piece.
This is almost too thick for this to get my hands around and my passion. That’s a little little punky in the middle and you’ve got some visitors curious how it just shaves around the box when I bought this it was sharp. Now I went back through and touched it up with with my workshop, certainly not anything super fine with us, but because it’s it’s so thick this, the back part but the edge.
It’s definitely sharp enough to do some nice light. Color sticks. These are really light, swings I’m, sitting down another task you might have, as you may want to take down a dead standing if you’re, if you don’t have a saw- or you think this might be the more efficient nothing to doing hung up. So my final thoughts on this I love, it I think it’s awesome. I think this is a big thumbs up and what I really like about this is I think this is a nice option if you were backpacking and we’re taking a light day kit like a small day pack or a fanny pack or something you don’t want to carry a lot of gear, but you do want to hatch it with you, because that’s what you prefer to use I think this is a really great option and for a budget bushcraft tool, it’s 25 bucks and you can walk into a Lowe’s and pick one these up, also on Amazon -, so made in Finland I, don’t see any negatives to it, I mean time will tell how this handles gonna last, but what I’ve heard is with the warranty and guarantee on these.
It’s very good customer service will replace this if you break it fairly quickly. So I don’t see a downside to having one of these in your kit and, if you’re, just starting off- and you want a small hatchet for camping trips or day hike. I would suggest one of these for sure this thing cuts in it has really nice penetration. It’s I love it. It did. A great job in I will say that sharpening it at home with my diamond plate was easy and it’s got a real nice edge to it.
I think this thing will definitely perform in the future, so I plan on having this to my day pack, what it you know, I’ve done, a few other videos on different types of hatchets and axes and tomahawks, and the only other one that I’d say performs just as well as my grants for Brooks wildlife hatch. That I had that. That thing was, of course, a monster it cut really well, but for the price he can’t beat this and that wedge take that wedge shape.
That is, it doesn’t nice job splitting and you saw I took down this little tree pretty quickly. It cuts deep and I wasn’t even swinging hard and I’m only doing with one hand, so I gotta be honest. Today, I think this is a great value for the new-new bushcrafter. So if you’re on a budget check, one of these out pick one up, I think you’ll be happy with it and you can certainly customize it.
You know I got this plastic handle. If you wanted to spray paint this orange for visibility, you want to grab it and tape. There’s a lot of different possibilities for you. I could see. Maybe even wrapping some type of tape up here for overstrike I, don’t know that’s necessary or not, but man, it is it’s a nice little tool and I. Think you combine this with a more like a cans Bowl or a companion.
You have a really nice start of a bushcraft kit and then pick up a handsaw and you’ve got the big three that you need so anyway hope you guys found this using. As always, please like subscribe and share and we’ll see you next time on the pair water.
RoverTac Multitool Survival camping ax
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- Compact Toolkit: Contains 14 different tools including Hammer, Axe, Pliers, Knife Blade, Saw, Assorted Hex Wrenches, Phillips screwdriver, Bottle Opener, File, Fish Descaler and more with a Safety Lock.
- Heavy Duty: Full stainless steel with durable black oxidation for the main part, special red color oxidation for the handle. Strong enough to cut, pry, twist the screw, open fire hydrant, saw wood etc.
- Easy to Carry: This camping accessories multi tool applies a 2020 UPGRADED SOLID NYLON POUCH THAT FULLY COVERS THE BLADE, holding the item tight in position, guarantee a safe & lightweight carrying and convenient to takeout for use.
- A Fantastic Gift for Adventure Seekers: If you are looking for a special gift for your loved ones who like exploring, camping, hunting, hiking, fishing or backpacking, then our Multitool Hatchet is a perfect choice!
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- Color: Red
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Brand: RoverTac
- Item Dimensions LxWxH: 7 x 3.5 x 1 inches
- Item Weight: 0.93 Pounds
- Type: camping ax
About this item 100 satisfaction: we stand behind our products and warranty. Your satisfaction is our top priority. We offer lifetime warranty and no reason return policy to guarantee you the best purchase. Experience. Compact toolkit contains 14 different tools, including hammer axe, pliers knife blade saw assorted, hex, wrenches, phillips, screwdriver, bottle opener file, fish desk aller and more with a safety lock, heavy duty, full stainless steel with durable black oxidation for the main part special green color oxidation for the handle strong enough to cut pry twist the screw open fire hydrant saw wood, etc easy to carry this camping gear.
Multi-Tool knife applies a 2020, upgraded, solid nylon pouch. That fully covers the blade holding the item tight in position guarantee a safe and lightweight, carrying and convenient to take out for use dot, a fantastic gift for adventure seekers. If you are looking for a special gift for your loved ones, who like exploring camping, hunting, hiking, fishing or backpacking, then our multi-tool hatchet is a perfect choice.
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This multi-tool hatchet slash hammer is it’s pretty sturdy and good quality easy to pull out the tools such as the knife or saw the handling is good and it’s very convenient disclaimer I received this product to test from the seller. Thoughts are entirely my own and the content of my review is not influenced by the seller, nor does it have any impact on my relationship to the seller. This is a handy little multi-tool.
It comes with a nice case which makes transporting it easy. The tool also has all of the functions I find so necessary when camping, like a hammer, tent stakes, ax knife, two types of saws, a phillips head screwdriver and the ability to use it as pliers. The hammer side also makes a comfortable grip for sawing. The tool is made of sturdy steel and is sure to be an asset, whether you’re in the woods or you just need these handy tools around the house or in your car, was looking for a survival kit which comes with a small hammer and axe, pulled the trigger on this, and I’m happy used it for a hike to ringing rocks park.
Where you can make sound by hitting the boulders kids had lots of fun. My seven-year-old beat countless boulders on the way, and this held well used the axe to chop some twigs for my camping stove. The axe is sharp enough to cut them into without much effort comes with knife, screwdriver, wrench and many more use. The carry pouch is good and axe is supplied with a plastic gun fits nicely to the belt, recommend anyone who’s.
Looking for multi-tool with small axe, the quality is excellent. Item arrived very well package. I was a bit surprised by the size to weight ratio see photo for size. Comparison comes with a wide variety of tools, but three things that would have made this great little tool: an exceptional tool or a flint compass, understandable to not be included due to the hammer use and a whistle. The case is very well built and has two options for attaching to a belt which I, like you can feed it through the fixed loop or, if you’re grabbing.
As an after, though there is a button loop, this will be a definite add to my glove box. In my jeep, it’s not going to replace a small hatchet or hammer in my go bag, but as a secondary handy tool, it’ll be useful. This 14 in one tool is versatile. I like the functions it comes with. I like that it’s portable and it all fits into one tool. I’m always losing my big tools around the house. Now I can just carry this compact toolkit around in my pocket.
So far, I’ve had no problem using any of the tools and it seems to be made of very good quality. I thought this multi-tool was going to be small. It’s the perfect size, not too big, where it would be uncomfortable to carry on u-belt but big enough to be useful. The hammer hatchet was a nice touch. Everything else comes standard on any other multi-tool going to keep it in my suv toolbox that I bring for camping.
This is the ultimate survival tool. I love the axe and hammer combo plus has everything for camping like it can open or ha ha it’s easy to switch in between items without needing to yank perfect size, for what I need very handy. Little tool. Click link in description for more reviews.
Schrade SCAXE10 11.1in Full Tang Hatchet camping ax
Schrade takes pride in creating trustworthy knives that are perfect for all outdoor adventures. Whether you are hiking, camping, executing bushcraft or any in other activities, Schrade is the strong performing companion you need.
- Dimensions: 11.1 inch (28.1 centimeter) overall length with a blade length of 3.6 inches (9 centimeter) and a weight of 1 pounds 5.9 ounces
- Durable: Blade is made of reliable 3Cr13 S.S with a black, rubber wrapped handle
- Dependable: Quick and easy access with the convenient black thermoplastic belt sheath
- Secure: Have confidence that the blade will not slip with the security of the ergonomic black rubber grip
- Be prepared: Axe features a hammer pommel and has a full tang design
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- Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 6.5 x 1.5 inches; 1.37 Pounds
- Item model number: SCAXE10
- Manufacturer: Taylor Brands LLC
- Brand: Schrade
- Color: Black
- Item Dimensions LxWxH: 12.5 x 6.5 x 1.5 inches
- Item Weight: 0.62 Kilograms
- Blade Length: 3.6 Inches
- Type: camping ax
Estwing Special Edition Sportsman’s camping ax
Estwing’s world famous Sportsman’s axe is the choice of outdoorsmen everywhere. Both the head and handle of the axe are forged in 1-piece and hand polished to a beautiful finish. This classic axe offers unsurpassed balance and temper. It’s genuine leather handle is sanded and lacquered for a durable yet comfortable feel. The Sportsman’s axe includes a rugged ballistic nylon sheath with belt loop so it can always have your tool close at hand. It has a tempered 3-1/4 in. cutting edge for easy cutting. A must for all campers and outdoorsman alike! Estwing Axes are proudly forged in the in USA using the finest American steel. Please always wear eye protection while using this tool.
- FORGED IN ONE PIECE – The most durable, longest lasting striking tools available
- OUTDOOR VERSITILITY – Perfect for chopping logs, small trees & branches or splitting firewood & kindling. 2.75 or 3.25 inches edge
- HEAVY DUTY SHEATH – Includes ballistic nylon sheath to protect hand sharpened cutting edge
- GENUINE LEATHER GRIP – Hand sanded and lacquered for a durable yet comfortable finish
- MADE IN THE USA – Our tools are proudly crafted in Rockford, IL using the finest American steel
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If you want to buy this product, please has been building quality, hammers, pry bars, specialty tools and, of course, axes in the United States for nearly 100 years. Today, we’re looking at the leather handled sportsmen ax model II to 4a, which retails around forty to fifty dollars. This compact sized hatchet has an overall length of about thirteen and a half inches and a hand sharpened blade that measures three and a quarter inches weight is a reasonable one.
Pound 10 ounces, that’s 750 grams. The polished axe head shaft and handle are all forged from a single piece of steel. Making this an extremely durable tool. The genuine laminated leather handle is sanded and lacquered, giving this axe its distinct sportsman finish, while providing a comfortable and secure grip. It comes with a heavy duty, nylon sheath, with a snap closure.
This sheath can easily be attached to a belt or a pack strap. So I really really like this little S twin axe, I’ve been using it for a while. It’s it’s really nice, it’s a good size. It will easily fit my backpack or with the sheath unders will strap there. I can clip it on my belt feels good in the hand. I haven’t always travelled with an axle, usually on our backcountry trips.
You know we take a saw with us. I find the saws really useful for obviously cutting up firewood, but it’s good to have. If you’re you know, on the poritosh trail, there’s some trees down, or especially when you’re paddling down a little river, and you got some logs and trees that have fallen down softly, oh sure, with an axe. You can cut your way through, but it just it’s not as efficient takes a more effort.
It’s doable and if that’s the only tool you have, then that’s what you use, but where an action really comes in handy is things like well, they’ve got a pole. You want to set up, you know tripod over your fire pit or you need a pole to hold up the tarp or you’re building a lean-to. Well, it’s easy enough just to chop at the end here make it kind of a pointed spear like that.
That way, it’s easier sticking the ground and and support whatever it is you’re you’re trying to hold up the other thing, of course, with a with an axe like this has got the the flat end on the back, so it acts as a hammer great for driving in tent pegs and often on our trips. If we’re clearing the port, our trail will put up a new sign. So let that hammer can yell a new sign to the tree.
But of course the most useful feature of an axe is, of course, the sharp blade so that you can split firewood now, keep in mind. This is just a small hatchet. It’s not a splitting maul, it’s not a full-sized axe, so you don’t have the weight behind it. So don’t expect to be able to split. You know huge chunks of heavy wood, I probably been able to cut through the five or six inch piece with a bit of bit of effort, but where this really shines is obviously for cutting out small pieces easy enough just to split them up.
If you one up, you know, cut some kindling or some smaller pieces for a cooking fire. That is what a hatchet really comes in handy overall I’m, very pleased with the S wing, sportsman’s axe and you can be sure, I’ll be taking it along on all my outdoor adventures. If you want to buy.
SOG Outdoor Survival Hatchet and Tactical Tomahawk camping ax
Stow your survival Hawk in its belt-loop sheath and now you’ve got a tough, lightweight tool that can chop, dig, pry, hammer and even help start a fire with the in-handle Ferro cerium fire starter. Use the survival Hawk at home, in camp and on the trail, and even use it at a distance as a formidable throwing Hatchet and tactical Axe.
- 12.1 INCH STAINLESS STEEL TACTICAL AXE: The Survival Hawk tomahawk axe is a wood chopping axe, camp axe, hiking hatchet and survival tool with a 3 inch hardcased black stainless steel blade
- 19.5 OUNCE PORTABLE MULTITOOL AXE: Light yet tough, this small backpacking hatchet and survival axe with firestarter is a superb outdoor tool with a glass-reinforced nylon and paracord grip
- HUNTING AXE WITH SHEATH: The Survival Hawk stainless steel metal hatchet and multi functional camping axe includes a ballistic nylon sheath that can be slung from your belt or gear for easy access
- FIRE STARTER AND CLAW SPIKE: Tactical axe tool features a checkered hammer edge, claw for prying and wire cutting, and an in-handle ferrocerium firestarter rod for fire starters camping tasks
- SOG FOR LIFE: Take care of your camp axe and we’ll take care of you; we gladly consider repairs and replacements for your properly maintained SOG FastHawk survival axe with fire starter
- Type: camping ax
LEXIVON V14 Camping Hatchet camping ax
LEXIVON V14 Camping Hatchet, 14-Inch Axe | Ergonomic TPR Grip, Lightweight Fiber-glass Composite Handle | Protective Carrying Sheath Included (LX-V14)
- INNOVATIVE DESIGN – Fully encased over-molded blade. Hi-Tech fiberglass composite injected handle, featuring reinforced back spine & non-slip TPR grip.
- DURABLE – Drop-forged & heat-treated Grade A High-Carbon steel, meticulously hardened cutting edges provides a deeper and cleaner contact.
- CHOPPING – Aggressive cutting angles design for better and efficient contact | Ideal for firewood, gardening, hiking, and many outdoor activities.
- EFFICIENT – Balance point close to the Axe head provides perfect weight distribution for increasing swing speed and multiply strike power.
- 100% RISK-FREE – Stronger than the wooden shaft, and won’t bend like the steel ones due to our HiTech structure technique | Backed by our Lifetime Limited Warranty for your complete peace of mind!
- Type: camping ax
WilFiks Chopping Axe, 15” Camping Outdoor camping ax
- ► EASY TO USE: Our Wood Chopping Axe is designed for easy chopping Of Firewood, Logs, Kindling and Branches. The Optimized blade geometry is designed for maximum efficiency to give you more one-strike splits. Ideal for campers, hikers, outdoor activities, preparing wood for bonfires and garden work.
- ► DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: The Forged Carbon Steel Heat Treated blade which improves its density and makes the axe more durable produces smooth, sharp, and quick splits and stays sharp longer than traditional axes. You can count on this Hand Axe to deliver superior, long lasting performance.
- ► ERGONOMIC DESIGN: Our Hatched is Designed with a Shock Absorbing Anti Slip Grip, Cold Resistant Ergonomic Shaped Fiberglass Handle which will reduce the strain on your hand, resists slipping and adds comfort.
- ► RESHARPENABLE BLADE: The Chopping Blade features a fully Polished Finished Edge which can easily be resharpened with a file. The Weighted Wedge design makes chopping logs and firewood a breeze.The good balance between head and shaft creates a superior Camping Axe for safe, comfortable and efficient use.
- ► EASY STORAGE: The blade comes with a Rubber Protective Sheath for safe storage and transport. After use, simply apply the rubber protective cover and hang the Hatchet from the hole that is featured for easy and convenient storage.
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