How does it split the wood all the way through again? The wedge width?
Its centre of gravity, which isn't directly above the blade but to the side, means the axe automatically comes down at an angle to split the wood.
Perhaps they could make one where the handle stays as is and the head rotates upon striking the wood.
perhaps we should ask this delightful lady what she thinks about it
Honestly, I think I like the Kindling Cracker much better.... although I haven't tried either of them.Def
Quote from: Grant Lamontagne on August 30, 2017, 01:48:24 PMHonestly, I think I like the Kindling Cracker much better.... although I haven't tried either of them.DefThat's the first time I've seen the Kindling Cracker. Good idea for a home wood burning stove or a larger camp site.I'm not sure if I could take one wild camping or backpacking. I'd prefer the Barefoot Axe Girl
The intention of the kindling cracker is to make cutting kindling safer.
Same splitting tips in this video too (from about 2 minutes in):
Quote from: Syncop8r on September 01, 2017, 12:57:46 AMSame splitting tips in this video too (from about 2 minutes in):Yep exactly that, all that's necessary is a different way to hold the wood instead of $150 lump of cast iron plus a club hammer.