Gransfors Bruks Wildlife Hatchet #415

The Gransfors Bruks Wildlife Hatchet is an excellent axe for campfire work, and despite its size it can manage a lot.

A popular pack and waist axe for use about camp, good for roughing out spoons too. Small enough to go on your belt or in a day pack.

● For cutting small branches in the garden
● Chopping and splitting sticks for a camp fire
● Roughing out spoons and bowls
● A handy pack or belt axe

This is Gransfors second most popular axe. If we are out of stock we recommed the Hultafors Hultan hatchet as an alternative.. This is made by Hultafors, this is slightly longer and a similar weight with a more curved edge and thicker blade than the Gransfors Wildlife hatchet.

● Length with handle: 34 cm (13.5")
● Weight: 0,6 kg (1.3 lb)
● Head Weight:
● Cutting edge:

Due to its compact size it could be very tempting to little hands if there are kids around, so keep an eye on it or show them how to be safe and supervise them.

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Gränsfors Forest Axes are made to be used in the forest for everything from felling large trees to limbing small logs.
The distinguishing feature of Forest Axes is a long, rounded edge, with a flat elongated axe head. Forest Axes are specially designed to cut across the grain of the wood fibres, for example when felling and limbing, in contrast to log splitting, where the axe goes along the grain of the wood fibres.

The axe head is Swedish recycled steel, forged ground, hardened, tempered and sharpened at Gransfors with a razor edge.
The head has a 20 year forging guarantee
The axe handle is American Hickory, turned in Sweden, soaked in hot linseed oil and treated with beeswax for water resistance and long life.
The axe sheath is made from vegetable-tanned leather, free from heavy metals.
Gransfors use renewable electricity for their manufacturing.

We will age verify all purchasers - do not order if you are under 18.
Your package will be marked over 18 only, in line with government expectations.

Manufacturers Product Number 415