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Pro Tool Industries 481 Woodman's Pal Classic Fixed Blade Knife with Nylon Sheath and Stone


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  • 16 1/2" overall length
  • 6" ash hardwood handle that's made to fit the user's hand snugly
  • 1/8" thick x 10 1/2" high carbon steel blade hardened to Rockwell C47
  • Nylon wrist strap allows for quick dropping and retrieval when necessary
  • Nylon sheath and Honing Stone included
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Product Description

The Original Woodman's Pal - A Unique Tool Offering Optimum Performance, Effectiveness and Control, Artfully Beautiful In Its Achievement with a Proud History - Made in the USA. Gripped as either an axe or a machete, the Woodman's Pal can clear trails and brush and perform the tasks of many tools such as machetes, axes, hatchets, trimming saws, pruning scissors, knives, bow saws and sometimes even chain saws. With one Woodman's Pal, you can trim bushes and small trees, prune, clear or blaze trails, clear brush from lines, remove unwanted growth and build shelters or duck blinds. As All-American as you can get, Woodman's Pal tools are formed from the highest-grade American steel, melded with the best American ash wood. Enthusiastic Pennsylvania craftsmen do all manufacturing of the Woodman's Pal. Their precision and attention to detail are proof of their commitment to our USA Pride an motto: Build it once, Build it right. Today, users of the Woodman's Pal still praise its versatility and effectiveness. The tool is still used by outdoorsman and woman, from forest managers to gardeners, from hikers an campers to surveyors, from hunters and fishermen to soldiers and from handymen to scouts.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 6 x 3 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0009DV5SE
  • Item model number: 481-NS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
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The Catfish
This is an excellent tool for clearing brush, trimming small limbs, actually chopping small trees and a host of other uses, do not leave the city woithout it.
Charles D. Martin
The thickness and sharpness of the blade speaks well of the quality.
Gary E. Hale

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Charles D. Lummus on October 25, 2007
You will never find a tool that does as much as the "Woodsman's Pal". It functions as an axe, hatchet, machete, draw knife, spoke shave,camp knife, and hammer. You can fell trees, split kindling, or chop onions, it does it all!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By tburt on February 17, 2011
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I am happy with the Woodsman Pal. It cuts through small sapling and branches easily and the tang runs through the handle completely unlike other brands. My one concern is with regard to the rivets that hold the wood handle in place. With extreme use on hard dead wood, I have loosened up the rivets. With a hammer I was able to tighten them again, but they have indeed become slightly loose again after additional extreme use on some very hard dead wood.

For clearing thick wild raspberry vines and opening up trails and lanes, this tool is hard to beat however.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Charles D. Martin on July 19, 2007
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I fir5st saw this machete/knife years ago at a friends in Iowa, they used it for clearing brush and as a camp axe. I was impressed. I now have my own and I am thrilled. I am also pleased that an item I first saw almost 40 years ago is stillbeing made with the same quality as it was then. This is an excellent tool for clearing brush, trimming small limbs, actually chopping small trees and a host of other uses, do not leave the city woithout it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ron Parsons on October 17, 2010
I purchased the leather handle one about a year or so ago. In NW Florida most of the brush is thick vines. The first thing I did was sharpen it with a fine file and steel - they called it sharp but not near enough for me - it sharpens well and holds an edge. The hook end is my favorite and works great as a drawknife for cutting vines near the ground or sometimes catching the stalk near the ground and pulling the plant out by the roots. I use the main blade as an axe for slashing vines or limbs up to about an 1 1/2" - over that I would use the chain saw for a cleaner cut - also use the main blade for cutting vines attached to the bark of trees. I expect if you don't lose it, it should last for many years - a worthwhile investment.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth S. Wood on July 6, 2009
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Great tool for pruning. Hefty weight, but easy to use. Well balanced, sharp. Used it to pull and cut weedy roots, as well as lop off suckers from trees and bushes. I emailed seller for honing stone and sharpening oil, but got no response, and that was many months ago.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By P. Richardson on June 12, 2009
If you hunt in any kind of dense cover, this thing is a must. Perfect for clearing shooting lanes, carving a path out to drag your deer a shorter distance, etc. Nice and heavy in the hand to give your chops some oomph. Great blade.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Just A Buyer on January 21, 2011
This thing can be used from machete work to camp axe work . It comes with a blade grind of about 35 degrees which is running toward a camp axe grind .The blade is stiff too and doen't flex while cutting . I used mine the first time on a 2 1/2 inch dead Red Elm limb which was rock hard . It took 5 chops to cut it but it would have taken as many with a camp axe . The nice part was no hand shock (love that part), very balanced heavier blade making easier work and it was as sharp when finished as when it started . That surprised me since that limb was HARD and I hit it hard. Most green limbs 1 1/2 and under you cut with one good swing . Hook works very well on vines, small green sprouts, and briars too . It simply doesn't work me to death like most small camp axes and machetes I've used since it has good, balanced weight and again holds an edge. It is easy to carry and if I had to have just one tool for cutting heavier camp axe type work with some leafy type cutting I would go with this . Made in the U.S.A. and better metal than most tools of this type . It may seem to be expensive but when I count the cost of cheaper Camp Axes, and machetes I've bought over the years and not been happy with it suddenly is pretty cheap .
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tyler E. Mcternen on May 18, 2010
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This is such a great item! Thick and sharp. You will not be disappointed with this purchase! The blade is so thick that you cant bend it! Very sharp blade. Better than a camp ax.
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