Swiss Army Axes

Swiss Army Axes

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If you want to drop a grand, you can get a Swiss Army Knife with 85 different tools. Of those 85 tools though, there are zero axes. This is probably due to the fact that it would take you up to a week to chop firewood with such a tiny axe and before you finish you’d die of hypothermia. These Swiss Army Axes are a far better option. They are 30-50 years old but completely unused and in perfect shape. The Chopping Axe weighs about 5lbs, has an extra deep neck and a 23” handle. The smaller Camping Axe, on the other hand, weighs about half that of the Chopping Axe and is better suited for less significant campsite work. You can even choose to purchase both with a Waxed Canvas Log Carrier and save a few bucks. There are, however, only 195 total for sale so you’re going to want to act quick.

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