Day 14:Today’s carry resting on old Fiskars camping axe:(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Day 20:Lounging after a brief burst of work (several days ago):(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Day 23:This is size I wear! You can have that blonde over there and the Nessmuk thread:
That Microhawk is so cute!
Day 16:1st time out:(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Lefty you do a lot of chopping and those are not just any old axes, do you compete in Timbersports or just have fun chopping firewood?
That's lovely that, I contemplated getting that pattern a while back. There's some rogue viking genes in me and they were egging me on... but I resisted... I don't know bloody why actually, it's a lovely axe... and choppy!
I think this Rinaldi is a beast of an axe. Size and shape make it very good general tool. Seems vikings got the shape right, carrying it from the head is very comfortable, more so than normal large axe. For price; mine was 70 euros; I think it a bargain. Having said that, it is fair to mention that I’ve only had mine for a fortnight, so far it’s only been used for 2 Timbersports training sessions and I walked about a k with it in the woods to test its Nessmuk credentials. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I do some Timbersports type training; mainly underhand and standing block chop; for strenght. I use it as aux. work for powerlifting or even replacing max effort sessions these days (Covid has forced me to train early in the morning and big Iron does not mix well with wee hours).Hence, my chopping sessions are short and all out. Mostly intervals. For firewood I just use ol’ reliable FiskarsSent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Is the Tuatahi a splitter or a chopper?