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Husqvarna 576926401 13 in. Curved Handle Hatchet

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  • Hickory handle and Swedish steel construction for durability
  • Curved handle provides an ergonomic fit during use
  • Leather sheath to protect edge during storage
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Includes 13 in. Curved Handle Hatchet - 576926401, Leather Sheath

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004VLKLJE
  • Item model number: 13" Hatchet
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,018 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The edge also came razor sharp.
m tarling
Well I looked at the Gransfors Bruks, I looked at Wetterlings and I could not justify spending that much on an Axe.
The Jack
Quality tool that feels very good in the hand.
dickey t thorsen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By KwQd on October 19, 2012
After seeing the review of this hatchet on woodtrekker's blog, I decided to get one and give it a test drive. It came with a pretty useless leather edge cover, not a sheath, which though well made, is too big and easily falls off the axe when carrying it. I knew that I was going to have to find a sheath for it anyway, since I want the option of carrying it on my belt, so not a huge deal, but disappointing nonetheless.The edge was very well formed with a nice uniform grind and was fairly sharp. The handle had good grain alignment with the head and was a nice piece of wood to boot. It is marked "hickory". I decided to see what it would do as received, so did not sharpen it. I was able to easily chop through a six inch limb that was in my woodpile and also to split several smaller limbs batton fashion. I was also able to make some feather sticks with a bit of effort, though getting a better edge on it will make this much easier. All in all, I am very pleased with this axe. I am not taking any points off for the "sheath", since I intended to replace it anyway. Of the seven bushcraft hatchets in my arsenal, this is my favorite.I recommend that anyone interested in more information about this hatchet check out the review at [...]
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By D. Sweet on March 31, 2013
This axe company Husqvarna has been bought and sold a few times. The present owners of the company are putting out a high quality product that's very affordable. For what you get:
- Forged blade
- Great heat treatment
- Sharp out of the box
- Nice Hickory wood
- OK weight for a hatchet
- Solid head to handle arrangement
- Half the price of similar quality axes/hatchets like Wetterlings and Gransfors Bruks.
There really is no reason to give this product anything less than 5 stars.
I find that today's Husqvarna axes/hatchets are excellent products for the money. I live in Alaska so this is important.

Edit: the Husqvarna hatchet is actually overweight for a hatchet at 2.2 lbs. (35.2 ounces).
Some folks like this though but if you added 19 inch or so handle to it, it would be perfect!
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By PolarMonkey on March 7, 2014
I really wanted to like this hatchet, it has a great hand forged head, good heft, and a nicely shaped handle. What brings it down though, is the quality control. Some people seem to get a nice one, while others (like me, unfortunately), receive one with serious flaws.

The handle on mine was the first disappointment, it has a very wide grain that is nearly perpendicular to the axe head. You can't follow a single grain from the hand grip area to the axe head (grain run-out, much weaker than a continuous grain), that is pretty terrible on a 15" hatchet handle. I have the larger Husqvarna Forest Axe, and it has a handle with a much tighter, straighter grain that goes all the way through the entire 26" handle, which is why I was so disappointed in the hatchet. I uploaded a picture comparing the two handles.

The leather edge cover is too large and easily slips off, it will have to be modified in order to work properly. The hatchet head itself isn't fitted to the handle very well, there is a gap on the lower side that is large enough to fit several toothpicks in.

I'm going to keep and use it since it is cost prohibitive to return (came from the UK), but I would advise against buying one of these sight unseen, I'd want to hand pick it since the quality seems to vary so much.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By B. Smithhammer on October 24, 2012
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Unlike the a few of the previous reviewers, I am extremely impressed with this hatchet. I don't think another hatchet in this price range can touch it. The Swedish steel (made by Hults Bruk) is very good - mine came relatively sharp, but 10 minutes with a puck and it shaped up easily to be shaving sharp. The head is mounted well and very tight. The grain is also vertically aligned with the hickory handle. What more do you want, particularly for $45?!? I can see happily using this hatchet for a long, long time.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By keifer1021 on May 22, 2011
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This is a rather nice tool. The handle is well finished and the blade is a useful size and shape. This hatchet can easily split small and medium pieces of wood, but is rather small for larger pieces. Additionally, it comes with a nice sheath. The attatchment point of the blade and handle are a little rough and I feel as though the blade could have been sharper, but for the price, I am satisfied.

One thing is that this really is small, which I knew before buying. I wish I stepped up to the carpenter axe which is also small, but slightly larger than this one. I can't hold that against the hatchet, but readers should know that the carpenters axe is still small and convenient, but should handle tasks a bit easier.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By The Jack on May 25, 2013
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I needed a small hatchet. Years ago I had purchased one from a flea market, it lasted me until I left to join the army. Well I looked at the Gransfors Bruks, I looked at Wetterlings and I could not justify spending that much on an Axe. I heard that Husqvarna had a small selection of axes, so I purchased this one. Knowing that I would need to sharpen it, I still purchased it.

Let's be honest here, if you don't know how to sharpen an edge, you have no buisness buying this axe. Just spend your hard earned money on a GB and send it to a professional to when it gets dull.

This isnt a beater axe either. If you want something to throw in your truck, go buy a 10 dollar axe. This is for the value and quality oriented customer who likes to make the product he/she buys absolutely unique. The grain is perfectly oriented, the head is tight. There is no silly lacquer on it.

This is a barebones quality tool. I would buy another, but I doubt this axe will fail. At least untill 5 generations from now.
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