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This is a very good product, it's well made and sharp.
Yes, it has a teeny little magnet too, but this rubber end cap is what really holds the saw securely inside the axe handle when chopping.
Great tool for camping. light enough to carry in your backpack or it has a nice sheath to attach to your belt.
Nice tool set, sharp and seems to work fine, but for the money I'd just get two separate tools cheaper.
When I'm actively using the hatchet the saw slips out a little bit. Read more
Great axe, but a bit heavy for long hikes. Perfect for car camping or to leave in the RV. Saw cuts fast and without getting hung up like some others.Published 4 days ago by Altitude Junkie
this is what I wanted for a long time it will work very well for what I want to do with itPublished 8 days ago by Darwin Garver
Purchased this for my boyfriend for his birthday. He was very excited he went right outside to try it out. It works great and he had no problems with any of the pieces.Published 19 days ago by Mom of 2
Nice quality, weight feels good. A excellent choice for camping, the hand saw being able to be stored in the handle is a great idea.Published 20 days ago by Steel
Very Sharp blade. Light weight hollow handle. Great to have the tiny saw inside the handle.
A bit too heavy to carry when backpacking. Read more
The saw comes out of the handle every time I use this axe because the magnets used are not strong enough to hold it in. I've resorted to using a piece of tape to secure it.Published 25 days ago by Lex Luthier
Very happy with this tool, however, I would recommend sharpening it once you get it. It doesn't come very sharp, at least as sharp as I prefer. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel Plotts
The design is light and utilitarian. This is good for removing branches in a tree blind, making stakes, splitting small fire wood and trimming up around a camp. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ronald D. Bell