Best Bushcraft Axe for the Great Outdoors

Best Bushcraft Axe for the Great Outdoors in 2021 Bushcrafting and going into the woods is an activity that is hundreds of years old and closely and brightly linked to the national histories of North America. Going into the woods for a couple of days or a couple of weeks is growing in popularity, especially … Read more

Types of Axes and Their Uses

Types of Axes and Axe Heads – Uses, Design, History There are many types of axes and axe heads. They each have their own design, purpose, and history. While it would be almost impossible to write about all of them, this is a guide to the most common and popular types of axes out there. … Read more

Best Viking Axes – Reviews and Top List

Best Viking Axes Reviewed Viking axes – both faithful historical replicas and fun and practical, but less historically-accurate designs alike – are widely available online. The popularity of the hit show Vikings and the main character Ragnar Lothbrok – and his battle axe – boosted interest in Viking axes for many people. A Viking axe … Read more

Poleaxe vs Halberd – the Definitive Guide

Poleaxe vs Halberd – the Definitive Guide Poleaxes and halberds are both weapons with long and rich histories. They were used for hundreds of years on battlefields and even stayed relevant for decades after gunpowder and guns came into use. There are good reasons for that – both weapons were versatile and were used for … Read more

Best Splitting Maul

Best Wood Splitting Mauls With the coming of fall and the winter heating season rapidly approaching, plenty of people with fireplaces or wood stoves are thinking about splitting firewood for the winter. Or maybe you work with big logs and need something to split those up into more manageable pieces. In any case, you’re looking … Read more

Fiskars Isocore Maul Review

Fiskars Pro Isocore Splitting Maul Review The Fiskars Pro Isocore splitting maul is a beast of a maul which comes in two models – the 6-pound and the 8-pound one. Design-wise they’re both the same, with 36-inch handles, but one has a lighter head than the other. The Fiskars Isocore maul has a patented shock-absorbing … Read more