Smittybilt 2828 Trail Axe
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The Smittybilt Trail Axe is made from 402 stainless and has a unswept heat treated 4 x 7.5 Axe Blade for improved chopping efficiency. The handle is made from ergonomic nylon reinforced material so you can comfortably use the axe. The axe has a built in survival kit and includes the following: Medical tape, Sewing needle, Fishing line, Match sticks and a compass that is built into the end of the handle.
- Trail Axe
- w/Blade Sheath
- 4 x 7.5 in.
- Stainless Steel
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