|Head Weight:||3 1⁄2 lb|
|Cutting Edge Length:||4 3⁄4 in|
|Overall Length:||36 in|
|Handle Length:||36 in|
|Number of Cutting Edges:||Single|
|Specifications Met:||RC 48-55; ANSI|
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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.
Sometimes referred to as single-bit axes, flat-backed axes have a heavy, flat butt at the back of the head and a sharp blade at the front of the head. When the axe is swung, the butt concentrates the cutting force behind the blade. These single-blade axes are suitable for chopping down small- and medium-sized trees and for chopping wood across the grain.