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    The solid hardwood handle fits superbly in your grip. Once you release, the perfectly balanced construction takes over rocketing the solid carbon steel axe head into the target. 12 7/8" overall, 5 5/8" axe head

    Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 1.50 out of 5
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    Junk! Don't buy! Reviewed by Gunnar on Jul 01, 2014   1 out of 5

    Waste of time and money, can't belive BudK is swindling people out of their hard earned money for this junk!

    throwing hatchet Reviewed by Jay on Mar 15, 2012   1 out of 5

    First, everything in my mind screamed don't buy this but I went ahead and bought it. Second I just got it today and on my first throw the head broke clean of. For these two reasons I would suggest not buying it at all.

    not a usable product Reviewed by Tom Pekar on Sep 23, 2011   1 out of 5

    Bought 5 for a boy scout event, on the first throw for each of them they broke, handles are not affixed to the heads at all. Quick fix was to drill a hole thru axe head and use long shank screws into the handles, but handles are not of good quality and this did not last more than 5 throws. Very unhappy with extremely poor quality.

    Barely Usable Reviewed by Rcrocker on Jul 04, 2010   3 out of 5

    I have two. One of the handles was loose as soon as I got it. The other one broke after my first throw. I'm going to either make new ones, or ask the local wielding shop to make some heavy duty steel handles. Best bet is to probably get all steel ones, as they are a little more durable.

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