Camp Axe

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Hi Guys,

As always, when I have something new to show, I come to this part of the forum.
On this occasion I decided to make camp ax, and as usual is made in san mai 420 and 1095.
The section cut is 5 "and the total length of the ax is 14.5"
The handle is of Jacaranda Bolivia and ebony.

Hope you like it!
Claudio

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That is gorgeous Claudio! And beautiful treatment of the wood. Just pops.

I actually attempted almost the exact same thing last year but I was going through a phase where none of my stainless san mai would stick. So I did wrought iron instead. Yours has an elegance that mine lacks.
 

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Awesome! Cool and unique work as always! :thumbup:
 
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Hello Claudio!

That is an amazing piece, my friend! Love the looks of your SanMai on an axe!

I REALLY wish that local laws would allow me to get one like this!

Best regards,
Alex
 
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Am I allowed to ask how much something like that cost? I have a buddy interested. And how functional is it or is it for decoration?
 
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