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Made out of thick and sturdy vegetable tanned leather, this sheath provides full coverage to protect the axe head as well as the user. - Vegetable Tanned Leather - Brass D-Ring - Made in Philadelphia, PA
- If necessary, use clean lukewarm water to spot clean and let dry naturally
A practical pocket knife with a timeless design. Comes in a wooden box, complete with a leather sheath. - Knife is 7½ inches when open, with a 3¼ inch blade - Stainless steel folding blade - Olive wood handle - Leather sheath with snap closure and carabiner for easy carrying - Packaged in wooden sliding top box - Made in France
- Open the blade and rub it with a sponge dampened in lukewarm water and washing-up liquid - Rinse a sponge in lukewarm water, and then wipe the blade again to remove any dirt left - Wipe blade dry with a dry soft cloth - To prevent rust, avoid leaving Opinel knife in damp environments and always dry after use
With a stainless steel folding blade and dark Bubinga wood handle, the Opinel No6 pocket knife is the perfect size for your pocket or purse. - Knife is 7½ inches when open, with a 3¼ inch blade - Blade: 2 14/16" - Open: 6.5" - Weight: 1.2 oz. - Stainless Steel blade
- Open the blade and rub it with a sponge dampened in lukewarm water and washing-up liquid - Rinse a sponge in lukewarm water, and then wipe the blade again to remove any dirt left - Wipe blade dry with a dry soft cloth
A folding knife with a stainless steel blade and a leather lace so you can easily tie it to your backpack. The Opinel No8 pocket knife is the most popular and versatile size available from Opinel. - Blade: 3.25" - Open: 7.5" - Weight: 1.6 oz. - Leather lace included
These axes are more than just wall art. The Explorers Axe was designed in collaboration with a storied tool manufacturer, a group of explorers, and a talented sign painter. The result is a collection of 5 beautiful, yet functional camp axes. - Made in USA - 26" overall length - 2 lb. head - Hand sharpened, forged tool-steel head - Tempered bit hardness of Rc 48-55 - Head coated with black and clear enamel - American hickory handle. Eye section dried to below 10% moisture content to minimize shrinkage to prevent head loosening - Made in North Carolina from a family-owned company over 120 years old. Hand painted in Philadelphia.
- The best way to maintain sharpness is to use a flat file, followed by a whetstone. Accidents are less likely when using tools that are sharp - Prevent rust by wiping or spraying metal parts with light oil during long periods of storage - To replace a wooden handle, first clean the eye thoroughly. Fit the new handle with a rasp or sandpaper. Store the handle overnight in a warm, dry room to ensure dryness. The hand should be driven in tight, and then drive the wood wedge as far as possible. Saw the handle flush with the tool head
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