The Camp Carver was designed to be multi-use bushcraft/camping axe, and has it’s genesis in larger North American rigger’s axes, as well as Northern European bearded axes, and modified bushcraft hatchets. Featuring a swept toe, flat-grind, large bit length, bearded blade, and a radius under the hammer poll (for the web of the user’s hand), the Camp carver was made for general camp chores, as well as for choking up, shaving wood, and for detailed work. The poll is hardened and can be used like a hammer, and helps with balance of the head and provides leverage when choking up.
An excellent camp axe, the Camp Carver has a 90 degree spine for scraping tinder and for using a ferro-rod to start fires in a pinch, or just for fun.
The handle has a generous palm swell for added sense of security, and a large hatchet eye to give strength/durability, and to offer a comfortable grip when choking up.
The Camp Carver axe is a great axe for carvers, bushcrafters, green-woodworkers, trappers, hunters, backpackers, day-hikers, off-road bikers, campers, paddlers, tradesmen, ranchers, homesteaders, hobbyists and collectors.
Features of the Council Tool Camp Carver Axe:
- Forged 5160 steel
- 16” curved premium hickory handle
- 1.6 lb (737 g) head weight
- 25° - 28° flat-grind bit bevel
- 4” Bit length
- Hardened poll
- 90° spine (for use with ferro rod)
- Large hatchet eye
- Bearded blade
- Welted leather mask
- Backed by Council Tool's lifetime guarantee