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Outdoor Tools

Whether you like to spend a lot of time in the wild or are a weekend camper, you will always need trusted outdoor tools by your side. We have a selection of the best outdoor tools including axes, machetes, and saws, to help you clear whatever obstacles stand in your way!

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Folding Saw

Easily saw through limbs, trees, and branches with this folding handsaw. The serrated edge cuts through green wood, as well as dead or frozen limbs. Great for setting up your tree stands, handy when camping.

Ratchet Shears

Perfect for cutting shooting lanes, clearing trails, hunting, hiking, camping, & gardening, these ratchet shears cut through branches up to 1" diameter with ease. The hardened steel shears are 8" long and will fit easily in a pocket or backpack.

Hunting Handsaw with Scabbard

This hunting handsaw has serrated edges for fast and efficient cutting of limbs, trees, and shooting lanes. The plastic scabbard has a belt loop.

Extra Short Handle Felling Axe

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.

Cane Chopper Machete

This "compact" machete from Tata Agrico is perfect for clearing vegetation in tight spaces. The square blade tip makes it highly suitable for trail carry and camping (no accidental punctures).

Wartech Field Hatchet

Designed in the USA, this camp hatchet is constructed from one-piece of CR13 stainless steel with textured G-10 scales for a good grip. Perfect for field-work, it has an axe blade on one side and a sharpened backspike on the other. Includes nylon belt sheath.

Short Handle Felling Axe

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.

Camp Hatchet

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.


Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Special Forces Shovel

It does everything i can throw at it
Reviewed by: Robert, September 26, 2021

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

nice little sword. the handle is kind of square. getting used to it and i like it. blade was sharpish, but after a few minutes with a sharpener it will now shave. i love this sword because i can use it to do all sorts of cutting without worrying about messing up some of the more decorated swords. i highly recommend this sword
Reviewed by: Stanley, July 23, 2021

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

1st off I love the blade and the balance on the sword itself. . Unfortunately the grip is completely square with no rounded edges. It makes for an  Awkward feeling in your hand. But I can sand it down hopefully and it should be a great weapon.
Reviewed by: Jim, February 08, 2021

Review of: Special Forces Shovel

Here's another quality product that small enough to store inside a compact or subcompact car, or in the trunk of any size car. Useful for getting yourself out small muddy ruts or cleaning a thick like snow of
off your windshield. The only drawback is that its sharp edges do leave scratches behind. The edges are sharp and formidable. No wonder why Spetsnaz uses it as a weapon and it has yet to be restricted by law in any state. I also think that it would make an excellent gardening tool for planting small trees and shrubs.
Reviewed by: James, December 22, 2020

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

A great sword that can be used or hung up.
Reviewed by: Mark, September 24, 2018

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

For the price, you can't find a better FULL tang Wakizashi!  Needed a couple of strokes with my sharpening steel when it arrived, but then it took an edge like a razor.  Durable (been hacking everything in sight) and super light, it moves like a lightning bolt in wind!
Reviewed by: Sam, January 28, 2017

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

I have been wanting this piece for a while and I saw it on sale and bought it.  There is some fitment issues with the handle scales at the crossguard but it is just cosmetic.  Still a great deal at full price!  I will give it a better edge for easier cutting.
Reviewed by: Brad, September 29, 2016

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

I read the 1st review and hesitated for a while and then this went on sale for 1/2 price and I ordered 2.  I didn't think the oil stink was bad but I work with chemical solvents and probably can't smell much anymore, but the blade was well protected from rust and all wiped off fairly easy with a Bounty towel.  The sheath was EXCELLANT and the metal ends were oiled and wiped off easily.  At first I didn't really like the squared grip handles and considered rounding them off, but now I do kind of like them.  I consider myself a PRO sharpener and this only came with a poor edge but the steel is good and will take a much better edge than they come with.  At first look, the rubbery handles make this look like a cheap sword with a GREAT sheath and if it came with a much fancier handle it would be worth much more even at full price.  I bought 2 while on sale and then bought 5 more while still on sale.  I may round off the handle on 1 just to see how it feels.  This is full tang so if you feel like making a fancier handle, you do have metal to work with.  It really is worthy of a much fancier handle.
Reviewed by: Frederic, December 23, 2015

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

Great Sword for the price!

The handle is a little more square than the usual handle, also the factory edge is rather dull.  Also the grease it comes coated with is somewhat stinky.

Plus plus plus.  The steel is excellent. The sheath is excellent. The weight is great.  I sharpened it myself and it is my favorite little sword right now.  

It is very prone to tarnish, so dry it right away if you get it wet.  

I think part of the reason I love this sword is because it was so inexpensive I don't feel bad using it all the time and getting little scratches all over it.  
Reviewed by: William, December 10, 2014