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In the beginning......I used to have a wooden axe, which eventually broke, then I bought a plastic type axe, but was heavey and sold with my SFA.

Now I believe I have found the right one :thumbup: Got the large and small version, perfect :wink:
http://www.fiskars.com/webapp/wcs/store ... ctId=10530" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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If anyone know's where I can find more of them, please let me know, I want x10 :wink:

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Sun May 30, 2010 12:13 pm

Hoekom nog 10 van hulle Mark? :?:
Om jou pelle mee te "bless" - hopelik! :D: :clap: ?
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chopper wrote:Hoekom nog 10 van hulle Mark? :?:
Om jou pelle mee te "bless" - hopelik! :D: :clap: ?

Hierdie is so lekker byl, just incase.... :thumbup: :thumbup:

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Sun May 30, 2010 1:45 pm

Mark daai lyk nou heel nice. Ek sal hom woensdag by jou kom haal!! :lol: :lol:

Ek het nie so smart byl nie, maar die een wat ek het kom van my Oupa af wat hyself gemaak het op die plaas. Ek moet net weer sy lem slyp, maar ek het al baie vermag met 'n handbyl wat net van staal gemaak is. Hy is bietjie swaar, maar vir die lastige takkies en dinge in die bos werk hy perfek. EK het al selfs die byl gebruik as 'n hamer en het ook al lus gehad om die byl aan te wend vir ander dinge.... :shh: :angel:

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I have numerous axes ... small and large, but personally I have found that a heavy bladed panga is far more versatile. It can cut as deeply as any axe, useful for even the small branches and can even split firewood. :wink:
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Sun May 30, 2010 2:18 pm

I've seen the guys doing wonders with those pangas in Moz; saved my hide being really stuck in a LC several times! :thumbup:
Nothing like a couple of young mopanis to get one unstuck :D:
I do like to have a good axe with me though
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Sun May 30, 2010 8:19 pm

That Fiskars axe is a real great one, have seen them in action.

This is my camp tool. Chews wood like a beaver.

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This is my camp tool. Chews wood like a beaver.

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Nice, kry mens dit by sharper edge?

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Yip, daai ene is gekoop by Sharp Edge in Sandton. Ek het hom sommer deur die pos gekoop.

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Sun May 30, 2010 9:10 pm

I want one of these axes as well.

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Traveler wrote:Yip, daai ene is gekoop by Sharp Edge in Sandton. Ek het hom sommer deur die pos gekoop.

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I have three machettes ... the one that works the best is almost identical to the one in the first pic in your link above.
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Sun May 30, 2010 10:13 pm

This is another very nice axe.

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Sun May 30, 2010 10:15 pm

Then there is the odd other option, the Tomahawk. Brilliant, but they are not heavyweights.

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Mon May 31, 2010 1:33 pm

Mark, give LAWNSTAR a call. They seem to be the suppliers of the fiskars over here.

http://www.lawnstar.co.za

As for my axe, I have a plain and simple wooden handled Lasher Tools axe :wth:
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Mon May 31, 2010 6:54 pm

I have three lasher axes that have seen a really heavy workload ... each must have already had 5 handle replacements, and they're all still in perfect order. They hold an edge very well, even when abused. Nothing wrong with Lasher. :wink:
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Scooter wrote:Mark, give LAWNSTAR a call. They seem to be the suppliers of the fiskars over here.

http://www.lawnstar.co.za

As for my axe, I have a plain and simple wooden handled Lasher Tools axe :wth:
Tx Scott, problem is I bought their last stock 10 large axe's and 4 small one's(from their branch in Pamona) It does not seem they are bringing them anymore.....sad

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Mark, that Fiskar is close in design to the Gerber.
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Traveler wrote:Mark, that Fiskar is close in design to the Gerber.
Correct Heinrich, in fact it is identical, Gerber make the identical one, but at more than double the price. Pay for the name....

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Traveler wrote:Mark, that Fiskar is close in design to the Gerber.
Correct Heinrich, in fact it is identical, Gerber make the identical one, but at more than double the price. Pay for the name....
Then my identification skills are not that bad. :clap: :clap:

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I carry a normal Lasher Cane knife under the rubber mat in the back http://www.lasher.co.za/main.asp?subcat=4 like the number 61, I think I paid R30 at the hardware store. No worries if it gets lost, rusted or dinged.

They also have some nice Machetes http://www.lasher.co.za/main.asp?subcat=5 and axes http://www.lasher.co.za/main.asp?subcat=17 which I think is good value for money, but it looks like I am a cheapskate if I look at the rest of you guys equipment :? :D
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Nee wat Willem.
Ek het ook 'n Okapi machete, enigste nadeel is dat die oomblik wat ek harde hout met hom bykom is dit skerpmaak na elke 5de hou.
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Heinrich ek hoor wat jy se en ek moes ook al skerpmaak of weggooi na 'n strawwe kap sessie, ek hou maar net nie daarvan om duur items in die voertuig te los nie. Een van my vorige voertuie is gesteel met heelwat kit in, onder andere twee stelle Stahlwille sockets. My uitkyk is dus duur genoeg om die job gedoen te kry maar nie duur genoeg om oor te huil as dit gesteel word, wegraak of verniel nie. My duurder items sit ek in en haal weer uit na die trip verby is, die goedkoper goed bly permanent in die voertuig. Een kapmes agter onder die rubber mat en een beter kwaliteit agter die agter sitplek as 'n backup, altwee saam was R130.

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Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:52 pm

ek het ook al met Lawnstar,gepraat en lyk my hulle gaan nie die fiskar weer in bring nie.

Ek sien dat julle na die Gerber verwys as die selfde tiepe.Waar kan ek van hulle kry.Die goed is dalk duur,maar prys is nie n faktor as jy met n goedkoop ding begin sukkel nie,as ek dit kan voorkom dan spaar ek bietjie langer en koop die regte ding.

laat weet asb waar kan ek van die Gerber byle kan kry .

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jy kan ook probeer om n Stihl byl te kry ,van hulle is ook die Fiskars byl wat net "gerebrand" is.Probeer die tuin winkels of grassnyer winkels bv."GP Lawnmowers "op die wesrand.Ek het ook al n Gerber gekoop by "Creature outdoor"
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Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:12 am

Sorry Willem, eintlik bedoel jy lyk nie soos "cheapskate" nie, daarom my Okapi as vergelyking gebruik.

Marius, Sharp Edge in Sandton hou ook al die Gerber byle aan.
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Ek soek so byl
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Ek het vir my verjaarsdag een van die gekry.Slaap onder die bed en onder die bakkie seat.
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I got a Gransfors Bruks 'Small Forest Axe' (on ebay) - amazing tool, hand made in Sweden by old school blacksmiths...came almost as sharp as my hunting knife, very nice feel and balance...highly recommend this one if you want a serious tool to last a very long time...

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Bushwacker wrote::beach:
Jaaaaa Piet.....! Jy het seker 'n deodorant search gedoen vir deodorant en to op die Hilux Club se website afgekom......jammer!

Maa ja jy is reg, mens het alby nodig :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Bushwacker wrote::beach:
Jaaaaa Piet.....! Jy het seker 'n deodorant search gedoen vir deodorant en to op die Hilux Club se website afgekom......jammer!

Maa ja jy is reg, mens het alby nodig :lol: :lol: :lol:
:lol: :lol: ja, so 'n byl kan jou laat sweet.. as jy weet wat ek meen.

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Bushwacker wrote::beach:
:laugh2: :laugh2: :laugh2:

Agree, .... both are good to have on hand. (Never know what sweet thing you will find hiding behind the tree, nê Piet :D: )
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So, in kort, watter maak en waar kry ek 'n goeie handbyl, groot byl en panga/machette?
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Die een is nie te sleg nie: http://www.sharpedge.co.za/index.php?op ... 7&Itemid=4" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Hulle het ook 'n Greber soortgelyk aan die Fiskars een gehad, maar ek kry hom nie...

Die ou bring ook ordentlike goed in teen 'n redelike prys: Ek het al messe by deur hom gekoop:

Hier is baie goed, moet net nie te lank hier rond snuffel nie...... :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Sat Jun 25, 2011 11:56 pm

It's my experience that one normally doesn't take time with finesse when utilizing such implements on a trail, meaning that sometimes they are a little abused or even misused. I wouldn't like to suggest a premium grade tool for that, and the Lasher range is more than adequate. Available from your local hardware or Builder's Warehouse. ;-)
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