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Hultafors Aby Forest Axe

Hultafors Aby Forest Axe

Regular price $229.45 AUD
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The Hultafors Aby Forest Axe is a beautiful hybrid with many uses. The Aby has a straighter edge, grinding, and a good finger notch below the head for increased precision. The long, thin, ergonomic handle minimises the weight, giving you great force when striking. This axe is perfect for shelter building, processing firewood, carving, and precision work. In short, it is your perfect forest companion.

The Hultafors Aby Forest Axe is hand-forged and made from Swedish quality steel in the forge at Hults Bruk. The forging tradition goes as far back as 1697. This axe is named after Aby, the village nearest to Hults Bruk, where many workers lived in the middle of the 20th century.

  • Weight: 1,015g
  • Head weight: 700g
  • Handle type: curved
  • Handle length: 600mm / 24″
  • Sheath: leather sheath included
  • Handle material: American hickory treated with linseed oil
  • Convex grind edge
  • Sharpened, polished and ready to use
  • Warranty: full lifetime warranty on the axe head
  • Manufactured: Sweden
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