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  • Finally got use gb axe.

    Holly crap worth every penny. Just trimmed limbs at my retail store. But worth every penny. See myself buying several more assorted sizes.

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    Dude! Chill!

    Oh, what the heck!
    Go wild! LOL! 😉!

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    • #3
      What did you use.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
        What did you use.
        My new gransfor bruk axe

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        • #5
          Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
          Dude! Chill!

          Oh, what the heck!
          Go wild! LOL! 😉!
          You sound like my wife lol! The blade profile on them is perfect for limbs it was like swinging a scalpel. American heads more explode the wood this joker cut like a machete. On the small limbs. It even cut crepe myrtle like a champ. Which is difficult to cut with a swinging tool because it bounces so much. I am going to order the belt hatchet and then an American felling axe.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Milldawg View Post

            You sound like my wife lol! The blade profile on them is perfect for limbs it was like swinging a scalpel. American heads more explode the wood this joker cut like a machete. On the small limbs. It even cut crepe myrtle like a champ. Which is difficult to cut with a swinging tool because it bounces so much. I am going to order the belt hatchet and then an American felling axe.
            All joking aside, milldawg.
            It's good to hear that you acquired something that you feel good about and performs admirably.
            To much these day's is just so much high priced junk.
            Congrats and thanks for the info and update.

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            • #7
              I've noticed the same in limbing with my felling axe vs the double-bit. I believe it's a function of blade profile. I sharpen the double-bit with less profile angle. That makes all the difference in cutting through the small stuff, similar to a machete. The sharper angle does make it harder to fell a tree because it tends to bite and hold instead of chipping.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
                I've noticed the same in limbing with my felling axe vs the double-bit. I believe it's a function of blade profile. I sharpen the double-bit with less profile angle. That makes all the difference in cutting through the small stuff, similar to a machete. The sharper angle does make it harder to fell a tree because it tends to bite and hold instead of chipping.
                Yes sir it bites for sure!
                Last edited by Milldawg; 07-23-2021, 08:26 AM.

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