Over centuries of evolution, the collared axe has taken shape. Eventually becoming standardized by the 19th Century into the patterns known today. Unfortunately, commercial … [Read more...] about Forging A Swedish Collared axe
Overview In this review I'll be covering a beautiful hand forged Siberian style axe made by Anton Salnikov. Sometimes a guy just needs to get away from the mundane production axes and … [Read more...] about Hand Forged Siberian Axe Review
Overview The only axe that remains in the Hults Bruk Arvika Five Star line is their massive, massive 4.5lb Tasmanian pattern axe. These axes were designed as a modified racing axe, meant … [Read more...] about Hults Bruk Arvika Five Star Review
The Beginning Without a doubt, Hults Bruk is rapidly becoming the giant of the axe world. Starting in 1697 they first began by producing nails and iron bars. Followed by hand tools … [Read more...] about Hults Bruk. The Sleeping Giant.
Oil finishes are the preferred method of maintaining and preserving axe and tool handles. Although they provide very little protection compared to other wood finishes they are cheap and … [Read more...] about How To Oil Finish Axe And Tool Handles
Originally Published By Anton Salnikov at Yakut-knives.com. Dear Reader A Yakut man from early childhood is growing up carrying on his belt a knife with a wooden burl handle and a sharp blade in a … [Read more...] about Yakut Knife. Book by Mandar Uus (Translated by Anton Salnikov)