Snow & Nealley Hudson Bay Camping Axe Snow & Nealley 012S 008923000121
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Snow & Nealley Hudson Bay Camping Axe




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Stock Number: 33085
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Snow & Nealley Hudson Bay Camping Axe

A favorite of outdoor professionals! This superior quality, versatile axe features a 1-3/4 lb. head, 3-1/2” blade, and a 24” hickory handle. Leather blade guard included. Manufacturer’s lifetime warranty.

Brand: Snow & Nealley
MPN: 012S
UPC: 008923000121
UNSPSC: 27112005


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Is the axe head stamped made in the USA.  I do not want some Chinese made axe.
Is this old or new stock, 100% made in the USA.  Your photo looks like the commie
axe. Is the axe head stamped made in the USA. I do not want some Chinese made axe. Is this old or new stock, 100% made in the USA. Your photo looks like the commie axe.
The Snow and Nealley Hudson Bay Camping Axe is made in the USA. The head is stamped USA and our stock is current.


Are the heads US forged or from china and finished in the US? Are the heads US forged or from china and finished in the US?
The Hudson Bay Camping Axe is all US made.


what is the Rockwell hardness on these axes what is the Rockwell hardness on these axes
The hardness of this axe ranges from 50-55 in the Rockwell C hardness scale. The axes hardness may vary a few points due to the hand tempering process.