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    I use household chemicals like bleach, ferric chloride even vinegar. Basically anything that speeds corrosion

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    Is it too late to say if you guys are looking for tree pictures your barking up the wrong tree

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    *ugh*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rory McCanuck View Post
    It's an axe in Canada.
    Yes, a machete is a much better tool for driving in tent pegs.

    Brad, another beautiful piece of work.
    That should be small and light enough to put into a hunting pack.
    LOL. And I am still Laughing. Driving tent pegs with a machete. I want to see this. Nice AXE Brad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rory McCanuck View Post
    Yes, a machete is a much better tool for driving in tent pegs.
    Tent Stake Driving
    Atlas Copco Hydraulic jackhammer driving 1" x 42" stakes in under 10 seconds
    1 minute

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    That's a lot faster than those 4 Mexicans with sledgehammers.



    Anyways, back to the hatchet.
    Brad, what kind of weight is it, and how does it chop?
    I wonder if a light head with a long handle mightn't work quite well, as the extra speed might make up for the low weight?
    Don't blame me, I didn't vote for that clown. Oct 20, '15

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    I find its not too bad but I don't think I will tackle my furnace wood with it. It's a pretty light hatchet. I use a similar one for clearing shooting lanes when setting up a tree stand. The nice thing is you can stick it in your pocket and never know it's there. It would work well with game processing.

    Thanks for the comments guys.

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