Schrade SCAXE10 Full Tang Hatchet

May 26, 2017 - Comment
Add to Cart $17.99Amazon.com Price
(as of July 1, 2019 21:19 GMT+0200 - Details)

Taylor Brands, LLC – Manufacturing, designing, and distributing high-quality stainless steel cutting tools and accessories since our inception. Taylor Brands owns and produces Schrade, Old Timer, Uncle Henry, and Imperial branded products, and are also licensed to produce multiple product lines under the world famous Smith & Wesson brand. In total Taylor Brands manufactures several hundred different products including fixed and folding knives, collapsible batons, tactical pens, handcuffs, tactical and survival accessories, and flashlights.

Product Features

  • Powder Coated 3Cr13 Stainless Steel Head with Hammer Pommel
  • Black TPR Rubber Wrapped Handle with Lanyard
  • Thermoplastic Belt Sheath
  • Blade Length: 3.55 inch (9.02 cm) Handle Length: 5.91 inch (15.01 cm)
  • Overall Length: 11.08 inch (28.14 cm) Weight: 1.37 pounds

Comments

Bacchus says:

Right size for camp or trail Just what I was looking for. No wood handle to come loose. Small enough to slip into a pack or behind the straps or in a bedroll. A good, comfortable grip. A lanyard to keep the thing from flying off. A sturdy sheath. I’m not planning to build a log cabin with the danged thing — to cut poles for a debris shelter or process some firewood, I don’t need a felling axe. This is the right size. Thank you.

Bill says:

Great Little Hatchet! Mine arrived fairly sharp although the bevel was slightly off. Like others have said, the sheath honestly doesn’t look like it will take too many openings and closings before the plastic breaks, but it does protect the head and any bag you might toss this in. I love the full tang construction and the compact size of the tool. For a size comparison that most people can imagine, it is around 2 1/4″ shorter in length than the Wally World/Coleman hatchets that everybody has seen or owned at…

Amazon Customer says:

SCAXE 10 – Proven Function in New Form Slit the package open Friday on my Schrade SCAXE 10. Committed 15 minutes and made the modifications to it that I’ve learned using my long-standing camp tool, the Kershaw Camp Axe. I then played with the Schrade SCAXE 10 last weekend. Some background, then my impressions and opinions follow. 

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