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    This rough forged axe and pick combo is the perfect addition to any colllection. It's 7" rough-forged stainless axe head offers hand-tooled details unique to each piece. It's as if this axe were made by blacksmiths in the Wild West hundreds of years ago. The blade is attached to an 11" hardwood handle.

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    meh Reviewed by Jesse Clark on Oct 12, 2011   2 out of 5

    As stated by kenshin_trigger, it hardly looks like the picture, the handle itself looks somewhat old(unlike in the pic, although I would say that's a good thing).

    Its really neat but.... Reviewed by kenshin_trigger on Feb 08, 2011   3 out of 5

    ok so I bought this at the reduced price of around 9 dollars so I felt like my end of the bargain wasn't too bad. First off, the one I got didn't have nearly the intricate detailing as depicted in the picture. It was far more blockey, and the "forged scuffs" look more like it was hit a few times with a chisel so it looks more like a "misused ax" than a "forged axe". The shaft looks different than the one pictured above, but that's actually a good thing, as it looks aged. however, the one I got had a loose head to it. The head also has a "China" stamp on it, which I can't tell but might be hard to get off. On a final note, the axe has a false edge, meaning out of the box its a better hammer than an axe. Definitely seems like its sharpen able though, but I need a grinder to actually give it an edge of any kind, or at least a whet stone and lots of time. Over all though, i like the rustic look and it would actually make a good prop or display item without any work on it.

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