Mora Axe

Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by junglebum, Apr 26, 2020.

  1. junglebum

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    Has anybody used one of those mora camp Axes they look interesting but pretty thin for an axe
     
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    I have played with them in stores several times but never pulled the trigger, well made but I always feel like it's made more as a large animal butchering tool than a wood processing tool, if I'm remembering correctly the plastic handle is much more exposed where it wraps around the blade than the fiskars design. When I messed with them I just couldn't come up with something they would do better than the cheaper and similarly sized (at the time, not sure on current prices) fiskars x7, which is a wood processing machine for its weight and size.
     
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    I've got one and IMO it's def more of a cutting/carving hatchet particularly with the grind and stock thickness, but it's a super small footprint so should be great for a pack or belt carry. It truly is a Mora in hatchet form in that sense. Plus it's just kinda different and I like that, and a comfortable handle.
     

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