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    Plinker

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    Axes, hatchets, and machetes.

    The past few years I've begun seeking out, and using quality woodsmans tools. Here's my Council Tool USFS axe. It came shave sharp. And a sheath I handmade, from used fire hose. I've got some other hacking and chopping tools, I'll try and get posted as I use them.

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    PATRIOT indyjohn's Avatar

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    The sheath is nice. Would like to see the head.
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    Plinker

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    That's what she said......

    I didnt realise I didnt have a pic of the axe, when I made the post. D'oh

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    Marksman ddavidson's Avatar

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    I need to start dumping out some ammo when I take pics.

    Nice job on the sheath.

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    Sharpshooter

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    I keep a council tool boys axe in the vehicle at all times.

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    Grandmaster Leadeye's Avatar

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    I've abandoned axes over the years. Machetes work better on brush, anything bigger and I'm using a chain saw. The hatchet doubles as a hammer most of the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leadeye View Post
    I've abandoned axes over the years. Machetes work better on brush, anything bigger and I'm using a chain saw. The hatchet doubles as a hammer most of the time.

    I'll one-up you and say I use a weed whacker with a blade for brush and a chainsaw for anything bigger. I'm getting older and have more property to take care of than I can manage with a machete and axe.
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    Expert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post
    I'll one-up you and say I use a weed whacker with a blade for brush and a chainsaw for anything bigger. I'm getting older and have more property to take care of than I can manage with a machete and axe.
    +1 on that!

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    I've been using a PKS Forest Tool like the knife pictured above (mine is the older, cheaper version with a walnut handle) for clearing brush, big weeds, and saplings for a while.



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    My family and I own a bit of property with lots of growth. I've been using a briar axe to keep it clear for the last 20 years. Amazing tool for thorns, scrubs, saplings, zombies, etc.

    ETA: sometimes called a ditch bank axe
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