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2019 Hults Bruk Ambassador Team

March 8, 2019

Posted in #AxeHeads, Hults Bruk

The Hunter: Hannah Kycek Hannah Kycek, or “Hatchet Jane,” is an outdoorswoman based out of the Pacific Northwest. She has been hunting since she was 11 years old, and endlessly yearns for the solitude and self-reliance found within the backcountry. You’d be hard pressed to find her without a rifle or hatchet in tow. The unpredictability . . .

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Hults Bruk Swedish Splitting Axes

November 15, 2018

Legendary Splitting Axes These are not the largest splitting axes, but they make up for any lack of size with superior efficiency thanks to a proven Scandinavian design. With the rising popularity of wood burning stoves and outdoor fireplaces, many home owners are splitting their own firewood. In North America, mauls are a common tool . . .

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Axe Maintenance & Care

May 2, 2018

4 simple tips to maintain & care for your Hults Bruk axe or hatchet An axe is a simple tool, yet like any tool requires basic care. The more you love and use your Hults Bruk axe, the more care it requires. Below are some common axe maintenance problems, solutions and prevention tips to keep your . . .

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Hults Bruk Arvika 5 Star Racing Axe Now Available in North America

January 12, 2018

Hults Bruk is proud to introduce the historic Arvika 5 Star Racing Axe to North America. One of the most robust chopping axes available, the Arvika 5-Star boasts a 4.5-pound, hand-forged Swedish steel axe head. Designed for use on Australian hardwood, the wide 5.5-inch blade profile makes large V-shaped cuts in hard, knotty or frozen . . .

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Hults Bruk Historic Swedish Axe Pattern Poster

June 18, 2017

Hults Bruk Historic Swedish Axe Patterns Hults Bruk has created thousands of different axe patterns over the years and sold throughout the world. At one time each region had a specific axe for the type of trees found and the type of work being performed. Old carpenter’s patterns like the WesterGotlands and Norrbottens axes have . . .

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How to Replace An Axe Handle – Part 2 Handle Installation

May 11, 2017

How to Replace an Axe Handle Part 2: Installation Now that we have laid out how to select the right axe handle, it’s time to move on to the installation. In the second part of this series on how to replace an axe handle, I will describe how I personally install a new handle. Before . . .

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DIY Leather Axe Mask

April 27, 2017

Red Nose Leather makes custom leather axe masks to help protect and beautify your axe. They specialize in leather but also enjoy restorations of vintage tools, especially axes. We checked in with Colton, Hults Bruk ambassador and owner of Red Nose Leather to break down the basics on how to get started making your own . . .

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1946 Video – The End of the Golden Axe Era

March 28, 2017

In 1946 Sweden’s largest axe manufacturer, Hults Bruk, produced over 800,000 axes each year. These axes sold worldwide making the brand famous and earning them accolades. Today Sweden’s oldest axe manufacturer still hand forges their axes using traditional methods but in much smaller numbers and for a different user. During the great depression power saws . . .

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