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Fiskars 7884 Splitting Axe Review
by Lorenz Prem on 07-31-2011 8:49 pm

A proper splitting axe makes splitting wood amuch easier and safer task. A splitting axe differs from a choppingaxe in the design of its head.

The head head of a splitting axe widens right after the cuttingedge; the whole head is shaped like a wedge. This design pushes thefibers of the log apart during the blow resulting in bettersplitting performance.

The thinner head of a chopping axe is design to maximize thepenetration power of the cutting edge. This makes a chopping axeideal for cross-fiber work, such as

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