Overview One of the most well known current production axes is the Gransfors Bruks Small Forest Axe. Thanks largely to Ray Mears love of the Brand. Gransfors Bruks has worked hard to … [Read more...] about Gransfors Bruks Small Forest Axe Review
Introduction There is a growing trend of soaking and/or oiling axe and tool handles for extended periods of time. However, very few people have actually tested the penetration of boiled linseed oil … [Read more...] about Penetration Of Boiled Linseed Oil When Applied To Hickory Wood
Traditional Siberian Yakut knives are straightforward to make. All you need is a few simple tools, simple materials and a little patience. This is a brief overview of the process and materials I … [Read more...] about Making A Siberian Yakut Knife
Overview Many people are familiar with the Hults Bruk brand. They are the oldest and largest Swedish axe manufacturer still in existence. However, most people are still unfamiliar with their Agdor … [Read more...] about Hults Bruk Adgor (Large) Montreal Pattern Axe Review
Overview I had been meaning to make a rag-in-a-can oiler for quite a while now. Paul Sellers originally wrote a blog post about this unique invention back in February. An invention he had been … [Read more...] about My Version Of Paul Sellers Rag-In-A-Can Oiler.
The Billnäs Ironworks was founded in 1641 by Carl Billsten. Located near Svartå rapid. The rapid was used to power the two trip hammers while the blast furnaces were fuelled with local charcoal. At … [Read more...] about Billnas Bruks Ab History