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Survivalists, and bushcrafters are into axes. A good quality Swedish axe can cost upwards of $120. If you can afford it, go ahead and purchase one of them. Or, if you want to save some money you can learn how to make one of these beauties right here.
Heck, after you’ve got the hang of it you could make a few as gifts, or even sell them at a flea market. We like this DIY bushcraft axe, it’s very functional, and every bit as good as the ones you can buy.
Don’t spend $120 on a Swedish axe, make your own. Follow the step by step instructions in the video below and you’ll have your own high quality axe for right around $7. We think you’ll be quite happy with the results.
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