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Old 09-08-2019, 04:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Shade Tree Welder View Post
...I bet the Class 75 has a good carbon content but is not common, like you mention. Also the material made from rail would be hardenable. But again likely not that common...
Another point to consider is that it is possible to put a decent edge on something made of mild steel...but the edge won't last at all.

...I still think that is a stupid design as no matter what steel you use, the axe part will act like a spring and suck as an axe..
Yup, it will be very springy...

Originally Posted by randydupree View Post
Thats a great ax,for cutting coonchow.
Is that anything like poontang?

Measure twice and cut once...or...wait, was that the other way around?
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