As I mentioned you can get a workable edge with a good file.....a puck will make it better.....I use sticks to get it shaving sharp.
Watch your hands...easy to get cut
Is a Lansky puck decent or should one pay 8x the price for a Gransfors one?
Best resource for learning the technique?
Should a splitting axe be very sharp? I read that a maul should not be sharp.
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I'm in the market for one now as well, decided to go with the Schrade SCAXE2L: https://www.amazon.com/Schrade...3N0AYMAZR374GJHQAEVS
Looks like a good value, they have a smaller one, but I like the longer 15" handle, it is still light and portable.
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You did fine. Hults Bruk has been around a long time and makes fine tools. You'll love it.
The Lansky works for me just fine
I gave up on REI due to their anti-gun SJW stance.
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