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Splitting Maul

Husqvarna 596271501

Quick Specs

  • Type: Miscellaneous
  • Length: 32 in"
 

The splitting maul sledge axe is the most powerful and heaviest axe made for splitting logs and large chunks of wood. It has a hardened striking face in the neck and can therefore be used as a sledge or in combination with a splitting wedge. Comes with an edge cover in leather. The head is attached to the handle using both a wooden and a steel wedge to secure fastening. NOTE! Only sledge axes can withstand use as a sledgehammer.

Product Data
Length 32 in
Weight 5.5 lbs
Axe head weight 5.51 lbs
Edge cover Yes

Quick Specs


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  • Type: Miscellaneous
  • Length: 32 in"

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