Yes4All Camping Hunting Survival Full Tang Axe w/ Spike H269 with Fire Starter – ²H42IZ

June 4, 2016 - Comment

Good axes go hand in hand with adventurous souls.This heavy duty 420 stainless steel Axe is your secret weapon. Yes4All Hunting Axe features solid construction giving you the extreme power for strong and accurate axe blows. Made of 420 stainless steel, Yes4all Hunting Axe is durable to withstand all ordinary rusting and severe weather. The

Good axes go hand in hand with adventurous souls.This heavy duty 420 stainless steel Axe is your secret weapon. Yes4All Hunting Axe features solid construction giving you the extreme power for strong and accurate axe blows. Made of 420 stainless steel, Yes4all Hunting Axe is durable to withstand all ordinary rusting and severe weather.

The broad cutting axe blade is used for chopping, slashing and cutting sharply. The piercing spike is specially sharpened on both edges for cutting, punching and hooking.

Stylish cut-in holes reduces the overall weight for all day long of carrying and black powder coating gives it a smooth and killer look.

The handle with nice black nylon cord provides the perfect and comfortable grip for this weapon.

The set is fully equipped with Black nylon sheath (include Belt Loop) for every-day carry and Magnesium Fire Stater to serve you in any emergencies.

Hunting Axe only weights 23 oz., easy to carry around all day.

Note: The product comes with a fire starter or without it depending on your preference.

Comments

Fijibound says:

Too light to cut wood Thin and light. This is what you want for backpacking, bug out bags, etc. but not for a camp hatchet.We took this hatchet backpacking. While it was okay for small branches for a few minutes, the handle design (flat metal tang wrapped with paracord) puts the hurt on your hands very quickly. For our next trip, I’m going to redesign a handle wrapping to make it more ergonomic (if I even take it). Also, it’s fairly light – which means there is not a lot of weight behind your stroke, so…

Wayfinder says:

Excellent multi-purpose axe [EDIT: see end of review for simple sheath fix. Also note that at the time of this post the selection photos (offering the flint or no-flint version) are backwards. Go by the heading and price rather than the photos.]I shopped literally for three days before deciding on an axe for my “bug-out bag”. There were several factors to consider: weight, length, balance, usability, edge, durability, steel quality, sheath and expense. This one seemed a proper balance of all aspects…

Owen G. says:

They do throw fairly easily and are acceptably balanced

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