Rated 4 out of 5 by Consi Very fast arrival
A very sharp hatchet that handles small jobs extremely well. I wouldn't tackle a redwood with it.
January 14, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by floridaboi Great Tool
Owned the canoe hatchet version of this tool but ended up giving it to my youngest son since he loves to camp. Replaced it with this version, shorter handle and in my opinion a much better made sheath. Very pleased with the sharpness of the blade, weight and easy carrying aspects.
June 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by JunkyardDawg Very handy tool!
Used this tool the weekend after receiving it. Have hunted two weekends since purchase and found a use for it both times.It will become a permanent item in my backpack!
March 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by happytarheel Great for outdoorsmen
This is a great tool for hikers / hunters. It is small enough to carry easily in the pouch that comes with it on your belt, but heavy and sharp enough to cut through small-medium diameter wood. I used it to cut wood for a campfire and was surprised at what I could do with it.
February 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Balfy Survival Hatchet
Well made full tang compact hatchet. Just the right size for a back pack, over night camping or a bug out bag. Razor sharp, very solid blade. The cover is looped so it can be belt carried or on a tie to a back pack.
January 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by fredbyte Great little axe but . . .
I bought this hatchet to mainly cut firewood into kindling where the big axe would be too unwieldy and dangerous. This hatchet does the job, as long as the piece of firewood has no knots. Unlike some who think it is too heavy, I find the weight to be fine. I took away one star because of the ridged handle. I don't mind the valleys, but the ridges are quite pointed. And if your hand doesn't fit the handle perfectly, your hand is going to slip and hit those pointy ridges with each hatchet stroke, which is uncomfortable. Those ridges, in my mind, should be blunted. Oh, yes, I'll also keep in mind that it is a survival hatchet and may come in quite handy in such situations.
April 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BarnacleBill Better than advertised
Fine steel, with a keen edge (long lasting so far) and nice balance. I foresee a long life for this tool.
April 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by CarolynM Best Camp Ax I've Ever Seen!
This is actually my husband's comments -- I ordered this ax for him for a Christmas gift ... he is thrilled. The quality is excellent. He is section hiking on the Appalachian Trail and can't wait for his next trip to try it out.
January 7, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by pharmacyguy on the fence on this one
Received the survival axe and I must say I am on the fence with this item as to whether I am going to keep it. It is extremely solid but....quite heavy! I bought this to use while working in the woods behind my house doing yard work to clip some occasional limbs as well as splitting some small wood for kindling for our outdoor fireplace. I put the carrier on my belt and feel like I am leaning to one side! I can't imagine hiking with this on your belt loop all day as I feel the weight would be an issue and might actually be uncomfortable. The blade is extremely sharp and it looks like this axe could really stand up to some harsh conditions and hard use but for me I think the weight is just too big an issue. It feels a bit akward in the hand as well and I think again this is due to the heavy weight and shortness of the entire tool. I will use it for a week or two more before I decide if I will keep it. I also agree that the carrier doesn't seem like it was as well made as the axe, but only time will tell
September 15, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by MaineFlyFisher Great for what its designed for.
It is a great designed tool for use as a survival aid. With the full steel tang, you are not going to break it. Its small and compact enough to go anywhere without getting caught up, yet its large enough to do most any chore that comes up while you are out in the woods. It is able to be carried on your side or packed in most any pack. It is however on the heavy side, which if you have weight conserns than you would want to take into consideration. This hatchet has what it takes to stand up to whatever stands in your way.
March 2, 2011