Double-Bit Felling Axe: Different models of double-bit axes have been popular in the United States for the reason that last quarter of the 19th century as a result of its balanced feel and versatility. In most cases, one blade was once sharpened to a finely honed, narrow “felling edge”, even as the second one blade was once ground relatively blunter, and used for knots and cutting near the ground where a finely sharpened blade was once much more likely to be damaged. Today the double-bit axe is used as a Working Axe or as a Throwing Axe for timber sports. The head weighs 3 lb and the face of the bits are about 6″. The Throwing Axe has a 29″ straight hickory care for and the Working Axe has a 35″ straight hickory care for with swell-knob. They come with two grain-leather sheaths.
Used as a working or throwing axe
Head weighs 3 lbs.