Yes4All Camping Hunting Survival Full Tang Axe w/ Spike H269 with Fire Starter – ²H42IZ

Yes4All Camping Hunting Survival Full Tang Axe w/ Spike H269 with Fire Starter - ²H42IZ

  • 3-5/8 inch stainless 420 steel blade
  • Measured 15-inch overall length. Weight aprox. 23 oz
  • Paracord handle is useful for emergencies and prevent slips
  • Black nylon sheath included
  • Magnesium Fire Starter is included in this listing
Good axes go hand in hand with adventurous souls.
This heavy duty 420 stainless steel Axe is your secret weapon. Yes4All Hunting Axe features solid construction giving you the extreme power for strong and accurate axe blows. Made of 420 stainless steel, Yes4all Hunting Axe is durable to withstand all ordinary rusting and severe weather.

Super sharp steel balde.
The sharp broad cutting axe blade is used for chopping, slashing and cutting. The piercing spike is specially sharpened


3 Responses to Yes4All Camping Hunting Survival Full Tang Axe w/ Spike H269 with Fire Starter – ²H42IZ

  1. Wayfinder says:
    25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent multi-purpose axe, April 17, 2014
    Wayfinder (USA) –
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    This review is from: Yes4All Outdoor Camping Hunting Survival Steel Full Tang Axe w/ Spike including Sheath H269
    [EDIT: see end of review for simple sheath fix. Also note that at the time of this post the selection photos (offering the flint or no-flint version) are backwards. Go by the heading and price rather than the photos.]

    I shopped literally for three days before deciding on an axe for my “bug-out bag”. There were several factors to consider: weight, length, balance, usability, edge, durability, steel quality, sheath and expense. This one seemed a proper balance of all aspects.

    The order arrived very quickly (within 3 days). I am pleased with almost all aspects of the axe. It looks exactly as pictured, the edge is “properly” sharp (it will chop, but isn’t so sharp it will chip during use). The cut-out holes lessen the weight. In fact I was very surprised at how light the axe was. When I received the box I knew from the shape (long and flat) it must be the axe, but it was so light I had to wonder. It’s about 1/3 the weight of most hatchets I’ve seen… about the equivalent of a wood-handled tomahawk.

    This is very well balanced. It would make a good throwing axe as well as emergency tool. There has been some complaint about the paracord feeling “loose” and that complaint is valid. My solution to that was to run a line of silicon glue down both sides of the handle, rub it in and let it dry 2-3 days. Problem solved… and it provided a little extra “grip” since silicon is not as slick as paracord.

    The sheath is very sturdy and includes a belt loop. When I first got it the axe was not easy to remove from the sheath, which made it a poor option as weapon if attacked by a wild animal. The velcro patches on the sheath weren’t sufficient to keep the top properly closed. However a couple of very simple mods fixed both issues and now the sheath works quite well*.

    My most difficult choice in axes was choosing between a digging-spike (like this one) or a hammer-head backside. Tough call, but I finally decided on this one and purchased a small utility hammer for driving tent stakes. I also purchased a “drill holster” (inexpensive and useful thing) with which to holster this axe as well as several camping tools. Excellent purchase overall. : )

    * SIMPLE SHEATH FIX for easily removing the axe from the sheath while still retaining secure transport. Make a cut down the front center of the sheath. While the top is closed the axe will remain firmly in place. When the top is opened and the axe lifted, it will pull directly out of the sheath without any effort, making it easy to draw during an emergency. I also added a couple of extra velcro stick-on patches (available everywhere) to better hold the top closed. These two simple modifications made the sheath very acceptable as it was already made of good, tough material.


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  2. ShettyBrain "SB" says:
    21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great steel for the price., January 2, 2014
    ShettyBrain “SB” (philadelphia) –

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    The handle isn’t great by any means, at least in my opinion… but I like how the rope goes through the bottom of the handle, for extra grip protection.

    Came out of the box pretty sharp, but can easily be sharpened to professional grade.

    Extremely sturdy steel.

    I plan to cut a few inches off the bottom, and replace the handle with leather. It’ll then feel like a $100 tomahawk.


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  3. Amazon Customer says:
    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Too light to cut wood, August 20, 2014

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    Thin and light. This is what you want for backpacking, bug out bags, etc. but not for a camp hatchet.

    We took this hatchet backpacking. While it was okay for small branches for a few minutes, the handle design (flat metal tang wrapped with paracord) puts the hurt on your hands very quickly. For our next trip, I’m going to redesign a handle wrapping to make it more ergonomic (if I even take it). Also, it’s fairly light – which means there is not a lot of weight behind your stroke, so it’s not very efficient at all.

    On the positive side, it looks really cool…


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