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Zachary

Double Bit Axe recently finished

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Here is an axe I just recently finished. It’s the first double bit I’ve made I’m fairly happy with it. It’s made from 4140. I did learn that there are lots more things to keep straight and lined than a single bit axe!

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What were the dimensions of the stock you started with?  Looks great.

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That's a handsome bit of work.

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Thank you gentlemen. I started out with a piece of flatstock 1" x 2" x 6.5" I'm not sure of the exact length but that's within a quarter inch.

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Great work! Looks like it would be a challenge. You got it nice and even. 

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Nice axe! How's it chop?

Frosty The Lucky.

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It swings real nice. I haven’t had a chance to test it out on my wood pile though. 

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