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Felling Axes

Gransfors Bruks felling axes are designed for getting in touch with your inner lumberjack and taking down larger diameter trees.

About Gränsfors Bruk Felling Axes

Felling axes feature large, heavier (3.3lb) heads, longer handles, and are designed for removing large chunks of wood in order to fell or take down trees. Available in 2 handle lengths, we suggest that users 6ft tall or shorter may find the 31” handle more comfortable, while those 6ft or taller, may prefer the 35” handle.

Our Gränsfors Bruk Felling Axes

We stock only the best in Gränsfors Bruk Felling Axes so you can rest assured knowing you're COEC Equipped.
Gransfors Bruks Double Bit Felling Axe
Gransfors Bruks Double Bit Felling AxeThe Gransfors Double Bit Felling Axe is one of two amazing Gransfors double-bit axes. As with all of Gransfors products, it is of excellent quality; hand-forged and made using traditional Swedish methods. Each axe head comes individually stamped with the smith's initials, while the hickory handle is boiled in linseed oil and rolled in bees wax for a smooth water repellant finish.. The Double Bit Felling Axe has a 35" handle with swelled knob and excels as a working axe for felling & trimming. It comes with a 3 lb head and a 6" face. A beautifully balanced working tool as all Gransfors axes are.
Gransfors Bruks American Felling Axe - 31" Handle
Sold Out Gransfors Bruks American Felling Axe - 31" HandleA professional axe for working in the same way as the "fallers" of the old days.
Gransfors Bruks American Felling Axe - 35" Handle
Sold Out Gransfors Bruks American Felling Axe - 35" HandleA professional axe for working in the same way as the "fallers" of the old days.
Gransfors Bruks American Felling Axe - 31" Straight Handle
Sold Out Gransfors Bruks American Felling Axe - 31" Straight HandleA professional axe for working in the same way as the "fallers" of the old days.
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