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SKU: SU162FF22S

1.625 lbs. Sport Utility Flying Fox w/22" Straight Handle

Regular price $62.99 USD
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4.9 star rating out of over 15,000 verified reviews

4.9 star rating out of over 15,000 verified reviews

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The Flying Fox Woodsman is a multi-use camp hatchet in the Sport Utility Line, that was developed with specific design parameters, so that it functions well for wood-cutting chores, but also qualifies for competitive throwing in both major urban axe throwing organizations.

  • Head weight… 1 lbs. 10 oz
  • Bit length… 3 7/8”
  • Hardened bit and poll
  • The handle has a large hatchet eye, trimmed to 22” (Hickory)
  • Leather mask is not included.

The overall design takes elements found in vintage hatchets from the mid-20th century, and gives modern affirmation to those hatchets from yesteryear.

This hatchet is unique In this market, as it is one of the very few hatchets that has a hardened poll.  This poll can be used as a hammer to drive nails, spikes, and other fasteners, as well as aid in the process of construction, demolition, and some mechanical applications where a slight “adjustment” is needed.

 

          Description

          The Flying Fox Woodsman is a multi-use camp hatchet in the Sport Utility Line, that was developed with specific design parameters, so that it functions well for wood-cutting chores, but also qualifies for competitive throwing in both major urban axe throwing organizations.

          • Head weight… 1 lbs. 10 oz
          • Bit length… 3 7/8”
          • Hardened bit and poll
          • The handle has a large hatchet eye, trimmed to 22” (Hickory)
          • Leather mask is not included.

          The overall design takes elements found in vintage hatchets from the mid-20th century, and gives modern affirmation to those hatchets from yesteryear.

          This hatchet is unique In this market, as it is one of the very few hatchets that has a hardened poll.  This poll can be used as a hammer to drive nails, spikes, and other fasteners, as well as aid in the process of construction, demolition, and some mechanical applications where a slight “adjustment” is needed.

           

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                  Christopher Hermida (Florida, United States)

                  Beautiful patina good length

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                  Kyle Dickey (Indiana, United States)

                  1.625 lbs. Sport Utility Flying Fox w/22" Straight Handle

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                  Brad Flynn (Idaho, United States)
                  A nice ax for the price.

                  So far I've only used this ax just a little, but it seems quite nice. It came very sharp and works well for what little chopping and splitting I've done with it. I was able to choke up on it and make some feather sticks with it too. It has a hardened poll, so it can be used to drive stakes. I like the straight handle. I can't use it two handed because I have a messed up left elbow and the straight handle makes it easier for me to use one handed compared to a fawn's foot handle.

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                  Jason (North Carolina, United States)
                  22” handled Flying Fox

                  Great axe, as is the 16” handled version I also own. I would’ve liked the option of a curved handle, but other than that I’m very happy with it.