Axes

A good bushcraft axe is great for chopping wood for a fire or making some quick tent stakes. Having an axe handy in the wilderness is a must. Here are some of the best bushcraft axes we recommend. Please click on a product for more information and our full review.

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Off Grid Tools Survival Axe Review
  • Hatchet blade
  • Hammer head, nail Claw and pry bar
  • Replaceable 6 inch saw blade
  • Hex sockets 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 10mm, 11mm, 13mm, 15mm
  • Hardened steel glass breaker and seat belt cutter
Estwing E24A 14-Inch Sportsman’s Axe Review
  • FORGED IN ONE PIECE - The most durable, longest lasting striking tools available
  • OUTDOOR VERSITILITY - Perfect for chopping logs, small trees & branches or splitting firewood & kindling
  • HEAVY DUTY SHEATH - Includes ballistic nylon sheath to protect hand sharpened cutting edge
  • GENUINE LEATHER GRIP - Hand sanded and lacquered for a durable yet comfortable finish
  • MADE IN THE USA - Our tools are proudly crafted in Rockford, IL using the finest American steel
Gransfors Bruks Small Forest Axe Review
  • Length with handle: 19 inch, Comes original Gransfors "Axe-book"
  • Weight: 2 lbs
  • Sheath in vegetable tanned leather
  • Perfect for splitting small sticks or cutting limbwood
  • The Small Forest Axe is excellent for felling trees and limbing
Hultafors Classic Hunting 850G Axe Review
  • Hand-Forged and Made from Swedish Axe Steel
  • Leather Edge Protector Included
  • Hickory Shaft
  • Has a Clear Tempered Zone Within Which the Axe can be Sharpened
  • 850g (2lbs.)
S.A. Wetterling 16H Small Hunters Axe Review
  • Edge hardness HRC57