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    Little hatchet

    Ok this little guy is 4140 but only 4.5" from the edge to poll. Not the most useful hatchet but sort of neat.



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    Another option for doing the chores of a little hatchet, is a sturdy machette.

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    Edit-doubled

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    That's a throwing ax/tomahawk. It been as abused as it looks?
    "...a sturdy machete..." Yep. Beats a hatchet every time.

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    Actually it's brand new. I am always developing different finishes for my stuff. I like the way this one turned out its two different depths and takes 8-9 days

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justice View Post
    That's a throwing ax/tomahawk. It been as abused as it looks?
    "...a sturdy machete..." Yep. Beats a hatchet every time.
    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.
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    If Andy Dufresne can dig his way out of Shawshank prison with nothing but time and a rock hammer, I would imagine you could cut down a Giant Sequoia with "Little hatchet"!
    cookin' up a batch of fun (and pasta)

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    LIKE. Looks cool.

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    Just in case turning into a zombie also turns them into a midget.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Actually it's brand new. I am always developing different finishes for my stuff. I like the way this one turned out its two different depths and takes 8-9 days

    So how do you achieve a unique finish like that?

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