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Barebones Pulaski Axe


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    Tribute to a true hero.

    Chopping and splitting wood for your campfire is about to become one of your favorite parts of camping thanks to the Barebones Pulaski Axe. This sturdy axe's weighted head boasts a rounded 1055 high-carbon steel blade that slices through wood with ease and keeps its edge chop after chop and a horizontal mattock designed for cutting roots and digging trenches. A gorgeous beech handle offers a warm, smooth feel, and it has a steel core that ensures stability and durability.

    An unsung hero in the history of the USDA Forest Service, Ed Pulaski was a local ranger who bravely led a team of 45 volunteers into the fray during a huge fire known as The Big Burn in 1910 near the Idaho-Montana border. When the fire almost engulfed his team, he led them to an old mine shaft he knew of where they sought shelter. Although most of them made it out, five men died from suffocation, leading to public outrage when the story came out. You see, the Forest Service had been mostly disbanded under President Taft in the preceding years, meaning there was little in the way of professional help or medical aid for Pulaski and his men. Suddenly, support for the Forest Service dramatically increased and it was reinstated under Teddy Roosevelt, and has existed in its current form ever since. As for Pulaski, he later invented the Pulaski axe to help future Forest Service firefighters prevent fires more effectively. His axe is designed to not only chop wood, but to also cut roots and dig trenches so fire prevention practices can be more effectively employed.

    • Axe trusted by firefighters in the Forest Service
    • High-carbon steel keeps its edge well
    • Weighted head swings with ease
    • Horizontal mattock blade for rooting and trenching
    • Removable hex nut for easy re-handling
    • Steel pommel at base of handle for hammering
    • Includes leather sheath and hex key
    • Item #BRB000J

    Tech Specs

    3lb hand-sharpened 1055 carbon steel head
    beech wood with solid steel core
    [handle length] 21in
    Claimed Weight
    5lb 8oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    With its well weighted head, and immaculate handle, some weaker humans may say that this axe is too much, that they can't swing that amount of mightiness, that they don't want their names engraved in the halls of greatness and to become immortal among men and women. But you aren't one of those lesser beings. You eat, sleep, hell, even sh** greatness! And what goes good with greatness? The Barebones Pulaski Axe. Get yourself one and become a legend. Nuff said.

    But... I can say more.

    Ever watched the scene when thor gets his powers back when he picks up Mjolnir? Same thing when you pick up the Pulaski, except for times a thousand. God of thunder? Pshh! Move over Sparkles! The God of Cutting Wood and Trailblazing is here! Roots and branches tremble when they hear your boots on the trail. Wooden logs split just at the thought of you coming down on them with your one fell swoop! Turds bury themselves when you drop your pants to your ankles! Must I say more?? Buy the Pulaski!

    Grab greatness by the shaft