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An Ax to Grind - A Practical Ax Manual

History, maintenance tips, and how-to for that ancient woodworking tool, the axe. December 21, 2009

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An Ax to Grind: A Practical Ax Manual (1999)

This publication provides a brief background on the development of axes, the hanging and sharpening of axes, how to use an ax, and detailed information on certain ax patterns, within the context of working with axes today and from a historical perspective of their use within the USDA Forest Service.

Author: Weisgerber, Bernie

Source:United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service

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