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Gränsfors Bruk Swedish Carving Axe

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    Gransfors Bruks Swedish Carving Axe

    The Gränsfors Large Carving Axe is used for woodworking and shaping wood. The axe has been developed in collaboration with master craftsmen Wille Sundqvist and Onni Linnanheimo, with inspiration from old designs. The Large Carving Axe has a relatively long, curved cutting edge which is double-sided as standard. The axe is also available as a special order with the edge ground specifically for right-handed or left-handed carving.

    The Large Carving Axe, Grinded left side, has a short bevel face on the right side of the edge, if the axe is held in the right hand with the handle down and head up. The left side of the edge has a longer, slightly concave bevel face, which provides excellent support when carving.

    The Large Carving Axe, Grinded right side, has a short bevel face on the left side of the edge, if the axe is held in the left hand with the handle down and head up. The right side of the edge has a longer, slightly concave bevel face, which provides excellent support when carving.

    Right-handed persons normally use Large Carving Axe, Grinded left side, and Left-handed persons normally use Large Carving Axe, Grinded right side, while the longer slightly concave bevel face come near the wood and therefore provides excellent support when carving.

    The handle has an uneven surface, giving good friction for a firm grip.

    • Length with handle: 37 cm (14.5”)
    • Weight: 1 kg (2.2 lb)
    • Sheath in vegetable-tanned leather

     

     
    NOTE: Anyone removing a sheath from the Gränsfors Bruk axe must replace it gently by first feeding the heel of the cutting edge into the base of the sheath, (there is that little pocket at the bottom of the sheath), followed
    by feeding the top portion of the cutting edge into the top of the sheath.  This should prevent a sheath from being damaged.  A cut sheath is usually damaged by someone trying to simultaneously feed the whole edge into the
    sheath at once or wiggling it in spite of feeling some resistance.  The axes are VERY sharp and will readily cut a sheath that is not put on with care.  If it doesn't, you are lucky.  If and when such damage occurs replacement sheaths are available for purchase.
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