Best Made Straight Hold Hatchet- Austin
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Designed from the ground up in New York City by Best Made Company, tested the world over. The Straight-Hold Hatchet weighs in at just over a pound, it has a Dayton pattern head which is drop-forged and hand ground in the United States from an American made 1060 alloy steel that is hardened to a Rockwell hardness of 48-55 HRC. The Appalachian hickory handle of our hatchet is dipped in four striking colors and is distinguished by its "straight-hold" profile: a feature that allows for improved agility and safety. The Straight-Hold is perfect for carving duties, clearing light brush, and splitting kindling. Equally at home next to the fireplace as it is around the campfire, the Straight-Hold Hatchet earns its keep as the smallest member of the Best Made axe family.

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The straight handle greatly improves the versatility of the hatchet. As seen on a traditional carpenter's hatchet, a straight handle is equally effective using either the blade or the butt end of the hatchet head. For carving tent stakes or pounding them into the ground, the Straight-Hold Hatchet has infinite variability of comfortable hand grips. Due to its straight orientation with the tree's growth, the handle of the Straight-Hold has exceptional strength. Please note that every hatchet is unique, as grain patterns vary and will not match what is pictured here. Our Straight-Hold hatchet is sharp, and it will bite if you aren't careful! Always be mindful when using a one-handed blade. Keep your free hand well away from the area in which you are chopping, and never hold the wood with one hand and chop with the other.

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STORY

Designed from the ground up in New York City by Best Made Company, tested the world over. The Straight-Hold Hatchet weighs in at just over a pound, it has a Dayton pattern head which is drop-forged and hand ground in the United States from an American made 1060 alloy steel that is hardened to a Rockwell hardness of 48-55 HRC. The Appalachian hickory handle of our hatchet is dipped in four striking colors and is distinguished by its "straight-hold" profile: a feature that allows for improved agility and safety. The Straight-Hold is perfect for carving duties, clearing light brush, and splitting kindling. Equally at home next to the fireplace as it is around the campfire, the Straight-Hold Hatchet earns its keep as the smallest member of the Best Made axe family.

NOTES

The straight handle greatly improves the versatility of the hatchet. As seen on a traditional carpenter's hatchet, a straight handle is equally effective using either the blade or the butt end of the hatchet head. For carving tent stakes or pounding them into the ground, the Straight-Hold Hatchet has infinite variability of comfortable hand grips. Due to its straight orientation with the tree's growth, the handle of the Straight-Hold has exceptional strength. Please note that every hatchet is unique, as grain patterns vary and will not match what is pictured here. Our Straight-Hold hatchet is sharp, and it will bite if you aren't careful! Always be mindful when using a one-handed blade. Keep your free hand well away from the area in which you are chopping, and never hold the wood with one hand and chop with the other.

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  • 1060 steel
  • Dayton head pattern
  • Hand-ground edge
  • 48-55 HRC
  • 1.25 Lbs.
  • Lacquered Appalachian hickory handle
  • Hand-dipped finishing
  • 13.5" x 5.125" x 0.75"
  • C.C.G.F. bridle-leather blade guard
  • Lacquered Appalachian hickory handle

MATERIALS

  • Hickory wood, steel, leather

ORIGIN

  • Made in the USA
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