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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.


    It doesn't matter whether the gun they have is illegal or not they don't care about laws in the first place. You could make every gun illegal and you would still have these guys armed to the teeth it's not laws against guns we need laws against criminals !

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    I use household chemicals like bleach, ferric chloride even vinegar. Basically anything that speeds corrosion
    try horse piss heat the metal first . i used to use it on SS sculptures

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    How do you convince the horse to piss on the hot metal?
    Cleverly disguised as a responsible adult.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennymo View Post
    How do you convince the horse to piss on the hot metal?
    ...OATS.

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