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I don't want to out myself as being paranoid but.....I have a pair of these, well similar, one on a holder on the front door and the other on the back door. just in case. when I go up to bed at night, they come up with me and only in position if i'm home. I guess they call them breaching tomahawks and some of the guys had taken to including them in their kit while in Afghanistan.Bought my son a SOG tomahawk for Christmas a few years ago.
If I had image I would post that “this comment worthless without pics!”My wife is the big hatchet fan in our house. She has 8 that she’s picked up over the years.
Mostly wooden handle steel head antiques. I think she has 1 of the polymer handle axes.
She buys them at the antique shop and I fix them up for her.
He makes knives and hatchets when the mood strikes him, I'm still trying to get him to make one for me!Holy cow that is beautiful. Does he sell them? Talented young man you got there.
Had a great time. They have about 10-15 lanes. It’s on the top floor too so you don’t have to listen to all the runny nosed little fat headed donut eaters on the bottom floor playing video games.I definitely want to check this place out! Looks like a fun way to round out a day at the Marlborough Gun Show.
Indoor Axe Throwing - Group Axe Throwing | Half Axe
Ah! Ya I guess Dad comes first on that list! Great looking work though.He makes knives and hatchets when the mood strikes him, I'm still trying to get him to make one for me!
Some of his creations are fantastic works of art.
If he ever gets into production, I'll post 'em up on here.
Pine! Find a nice, big white pine tree that was blown down last month and cut a 8-10" crosscut section or 2,3,4.Any recommendations for wood types