|Head Weight:||3 1⁄2 lb|
|Cutting Edge Length:||4 1⁄2 in|
|Overall Length:||36 in|
|Hammer Face Surface Type:||Sharpened|
|Number of Cutting Edges:||Double|
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About Axes & Mauls
Split and chop large pieces of wood with these two-handed axes and mauls. Axes have a thinner, sharper blade for chopping wood across the grain. Mauls have a blunter, fatter blade for splitting wood along the grain.
Also known as double-bit axes, double-blade axes have a cutting edge on both sides of the head. Typically, one edge is kept sharper for tasks like chopping logs and felling trees and the other is kept duller for tasks like lopping off tree limbs and hacking through knots. A long handle provides faster, more forceful swings than a hand axe.