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Extra Short Handle Felling Axe

#601119
This Extra Short Handle Felling Axe has a drop forged 1055 high carbon steel thin blade suited for cutting down trees and chopping. Features an American hickory hardwood handle.
$29.95

Short Handle Felling Axe

#601120
This Short Handle Felling Axe has a drop forged 1055 high carbon steel thin blade suited for cutting down trees and chopping. Features an American hickory hardwood handle.
$29.95

Camp Hatchet

#601117
This Python Camp Hatchet has a drop forged 1055 high carbon steel blade suited for light-duty field and camp work. Features an American hickory hardwood handle.

$19.95

Broad Axe

#601115
This Python broad axe has a 4-1/2 pound, drop forged 1055 high carbon steel thin blade suited for cutting down trees and chopping. Features an American hardwood handle with a plastic sleeve for an extra-secure head.

$34.95

Chopping Axe

#601113
This Python chopping axe has a 4 pound, drop forged 1055 high carbon steel blade suited for cutting down trees and chopping. Features an American hardwood handle with a plastic sleeve for an extra-secure head.

$34.95

Frontier Axe

#600770
This distinct axe is perfect for throwing with its solid steel head and hardwood shaft.
$44.95

Ole Hickory Tire Thumper

#804455
This Hickory Tire Thumper is made in the USA from solid, rough cut hickory and smoothly finished. It is 18 inches long and 2 inches in diameter.
$19.95

British Brass Fireman's Helmet

#300200
This style of brass helmet was first introduced in 19th century Victorian England and saw active service through WWII. Features a flourish of crossed axes and fire hoses ringed with a floral motif. Brass-scaled chin strap.
$249.95 $199.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Ole Hickory Tire Thumper

An excellent tire thumper. Also good for persuading trespassers and other bothersome folk to leave me, my family, and my property alone.
Reviewed by: Ronald, September 02, 2022

Review of: Frontier Axe

I had to sharpen this after it came.  Classic design from about 800AD until just before WWI.  Everybody used this design because it works.  Added to my Longhunter kit.  Also, there was no wedge at the head.  I added one.
Reviewed by: Michael, June 23, 2020

Review of: British Brass Fireman's Helmet

Accurate discrimination, fine product.
Reviewed by: Mark, February 03, 2020

Review of: Ole Hickory Tire Thumper

Very solid and nicely made. Would not want to be the fish that gets thumped by this. If you catch my meaning...
Reviewed by: Christopher, December 07, 2019

Review of: 19th Century Fire Axe

I have many original and replica axes in my collection and this is one of the finest.
At first it appears to have a peculiar balance because the blade is so wide but as I used the cutting edge to clear brush and trim trees, and the pick to cut irrigation trenches I found the axe to be light, fast, and very manageable. I immediately wanted to order another as I will surely continue to work this one very hard.
Reviewed by: Timothy, February 22, 2019

Review of: 19th Century Fire Axe

beautiful axe head though it does not come sharp at all and my handle has a crack (waiting on a reply on a corrective action) overall very well made tight fit on handle
Reviewed by: JARED, October 03, 2018