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I used a Fiskars Hatchet today that I borrowed from a friend and it has inspired me to buy a hatchet. Is there any hatchet that

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  • Edward Price
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    Estwings are the ticket. best carpentry hammers too. i believe they have a lifetime unlimited warranty also.

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  • stetzerm
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    It really depends what you want to use it for, But I also vote for Estwing.I also like my multi purpose ones, Rothco makes a cheeper version but its handy when you need it.

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  • MattM37
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    Snow and Nealey make what they call the Hudson Bay Camping Axe, which is really a large hatchet with the head and balance of an axe. Probably more like $60 brand new.

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  • IND_NRA
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    My fiskars is the best tool that I have bought in many years. +1 for Fiskars.

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  • themadflyfisher
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    I have had my Fiskars hatchet for about 13 years and it is as good as the day I got it!

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  • RockySquirrel
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    am not a big GERBER man, but I do have a one of their camp axes. Performed OK so far. I use then camping to cut firewood. Two or three times I was driving on logging roads in a national forest and a tree blocked my exit. (not a big tree). The camp axe performed well those times.

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  • jay
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    another vote for estwing.

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  • habben97
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    www.cabelas.com/product/Estwing-Sportsman-Axe/745823.uts?destination=%2Fcatalog%2Fproduct.jsp%3F productId%3D745822&categoryIds=104795280|104740380 |104553180|&WTz_l=RI%3BIK-511060

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  • Guest
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    I have two different sized Estwings, and they are the only brand I would reccomend that is within your budget.

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  • 99explorer
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    I have a Collins camp axe with a two-pound head that I think highly of, and an Estwing No.1 with leather washer handle an integral 1 1/2 pound head.
    The Collins was cheap, but the Estwing was about $35 ten years ago.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Estwing is real good and comes in 'hand' ax size and a longer handle 'camp' size. Within your budget.

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  • I used a Fiskars Hatchet today that I borrowed from a friend and it has inspired me to buy a hatchet. Is there any hatchet that

    I used a Fiskars Hatchet today that I borrowed from a friend and it has inspired me to buy a hatchet. Is there any hatchet that you would recommend before I buy one. At ABSOLUTE MOST i would want to pay is $50.oo, I hope that is enough, But if their is one that costs more and is REALLY good don't be scared to tell me. Thanks, Seth

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