Hults Bruk Torneo Felling Axe

Hults Bruk Torneo Felling Axe
Hults Bruk Torneo Felling Axe
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Torneo Felling Axe by Hults Bruk
Intended for bringing down or chopping up small-to-medium sized trees, the Hults Bruks Torneo Felling Axe is a striking addition to any serious woodsman's collection. Crafted from solid Swedish steel, the head is the product of blasted and clear-lacquered ironwork, while the sturdy, curved handle is made from solid American hickory and is treated with linseed oil to guarantee a long life.

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