Estwing 24A Camp Axe Review

Estwing 24A Camp Axe Review

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hey good afternoon everybody Anil with the survivalist mindset coming back at you again from the workshop this time I apologize for that last video on my webcam didn't quite work out the way I'd hoped that webcam was not high quality and I hope you were able to get some useful information out of it on that warthog review however we're going to use the camcorder from now on just because I think quality turns out a lot better today we're going to be doing a review maybe a little discussion about
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my my favorite bushcraft camping companion if you will and that is my ax this is the S wing 20 for a hatchet Todd's got a solid metal construction one piece instead of instead of a head with a wooden handle when I think about tools I'm going to take with me out into the wilderness I like to to take a tool
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that has multi-purpose short of my my knife I think this axe is is my best friend it's the thing I lean on the most this axis is obviously a chopping tool but as you can tell from the the butt end of it it's a hammering tool as well I use it for driving in tent stakes creating shelters any number of things this axe is very useful I'll open it up here and take off the
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off the guard it comes with a real nice leather cover made in Haiti that's okay it serves its purpose it does have a couple of belt straps I often strap the thing to my belphemon take with me this on one side my knife on the other the axe itself as you can tell it's it's been well used you do need to put a little oil on that I noticed yeah the first time I took this out I shaved it after I've used it
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and I must have been cutting something moist because very quickly it developed this discoloration not a big deal I don't want to take it to my grinder and clean it off because I don't want to mess up the temper of the metal but nonetheless you might keep that in mind put a law on I have ever since then it has a leather stacked handle very similar to an old USMC k-bar fighting knife handle on the bottom if you can tell s twing 24 a the big one there guys
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made in the USA this particular particular axe has been with me for several years now and I don't think you could pry it off of me for anything when thinking about an axe to take with you obviously maybe a Grand Forks crooks or wetterling's axe would be ideal those are great great axes they have a great price tag this right here I have done some looking to see what the current
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prices are and you can find them all over the internet for around $30 however a part of the survivalist mindset is making your resources go farther last longer and a way I was able to accomplish that as I did some hunting around guys I found this say max that they offer on Amazon or her various survival equipment websites you know $30 upwards of $40 I found this at Home Depot for $19.99 now while that's you
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know 10 $20 savings that 10 $20 could go very long ways towards something else another reason I carry this and not a full length axe is because when I have my my bag my bug-out bag the bag I use for camping I don't want it to weigh more than I do I like to keep it light so I can move so I can get as far as I can without becoming fatigued that's something to think about we're going to do a video on that on not only choosing
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a bug-out bag specifically for your situation because every everybody is different some people are by themselves someone some folks may just have their wife personally I have wife and two boys two boys are too young to carry their own packs so I have to think about them I have to to pack adequately so that I can be supportive of them as well and by keeping it light I'm able to utilize that weight in that space for
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other things that that may be important so this axe works out perfectly not to mention the thing is just absolutely bomb-proof you don't have to worry about the handle breaking off when you're out in the bush and you really need it I have thrown this I have chopped with this I have hammered with this and aside from the discoloration on the blade and the the wall the holes in the in the butt-end from where I hammered with it
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the thing still looks none the worse for wear you wouldn't know this thing was several years old I actually got the idea for this from an old Scoutmaster who ironically enough had this exact same model from eons ago his handle obviously was weathered and old but it looked fantastic so so I got it you might check it out now next time you're at a Home Depot pick one up get a feel for you you'll understand what I
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mean about the quality of it and it won't cost you a mortgage payment let's say to buy one like a weather wings or ground force Brooks axle I'll cost you a car payment to get one coming to you not so much with this and I hope this was helpful look forward to soon some more reviews in the future the big winter camping trip coming up I'm going to take the camera out with me and and we'll do some demonstration videos and and maybe just have a good time just remember remember the only certainty in life is change
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god bless guys and I will see you again soon

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