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    Old axe

    I am new to all of this, so I restricted my kids to metal detecting in the backyard. They already found an old axe. I have spent hours looking for more info and thought maybe someone here could helpClick image for larger version. 

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    Don

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    Single blade splitting axe. Sorry, don't know where everyone's been for two days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecmo View Post
    Single blade splitting axe. Sorry, don't know where everyone's been for two days.
    actually not a splitting axe, any splitting axes or mauls were thicker. this in my mind is a felling axe or something along those lines. Hey I could be wrong though
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    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tpmetal View Post
    actually not a splitting axe, any splitting axes or mauls were thicker. this in my mind is a felling axe or something along those lines. Hey I could be wrong though
    Yes the splitting mauls are thicker on both the splitting end and the heavy end for power in splitting sawed firewood, but these were more used more for kindling or small burning wood....or so my dad told me. Don't know.

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    Might wanna knock some rust off with a wire brush and soap and water.

    Would like to see that "eye" better... with better pics.
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