Axes & Hawks

 

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Small Pipe Hawk

This is styled after several originals that date to 1750 to 1800.

The head is 6" total length including the bowl with a 2" cutting edge. The bowl has the hole already cast in. They come with a premium curly maple handle with the smoke hole drilled. Handle length will vary between 19" to 22". The handle will need to be fitted.

This is a very light and well made hawk.

Made in USA.

$58

 

   

 

 

 

Virginia Axe

The original of this axe was found 70 years ago in a 1750's fortified house in Virginia. The head without the handle is 1 pound. It is cast from 6150 steel and is heat treated. The hickory handle has been stained and finished. Measurements: Cutting edge is 3", head is 6" long, hammer poll is 1" square. Handle is 16" including the head which is 1" at the 'ears'. Very high quality.

Made in USA.

$60

   

 

 

 

 

Belt Axe

This axe is styled after an original found on the site of Ft. Meigs which was built during the War of 1812 in North West Ohio. It is typical of late 18th and early 19th century belt axes. The straight grained hickory handle comes installed, stained and finished. Head measures 4" front to back with a 2" wide cutting edge. Being so flat it works well in a sheath attached to the back of a hunting bag. Nice little butchering or kindling axe.

Made in USA.

 Weighs 1 lb.

$49

 

 

 

 

Small Tomahawk

 

This axe is styled after several pipe hawks but without the pipe bowl. Very light and handy size to carry hunting. The straight grained hickory handle is 18" long. Head measures 4" front to back with a 2" wide cutting edge. Made of 6150 steel and the cutting edge is heat treated. Being so small it works well in a sheath attached to the back of a hunting bag. Nice little butchering or kindling axe.

Made in USA.

 Weighs 9.5 ozs

$42