Added July 10, 2017 to Double Bit
The HB makers mark is a cold stamp, which was used before 1988. It looks like this one was painted blue, which means it was made under the Agdor line – very popular in the 1970s. I would guess this axe was made between 1970-1988.
I’m a big fan of the double bit!
I need to get me some more old school double bits, this would be a cool find.
Great looking old axe. Definitely my favorite.
My kind of ax!
I had the chance to buy one of these at a flea market, to this day I regret not buying it! Certainly my favorite axe pattern made by HB.
Love this axe
I would love to take down some firewood with that beautiful tool!
If only it had a nice handle to complete it!
Plus, Paul Bunyan would’ve wanted one of these in his wood chopping arsenal.
My father had one very similar to this one when I was growing up. I so wish I had it!
Love this axe. Found one in a fire pit years ago and did my best to restore it.
Jordan, nice handle for a nice rescue. Keep swinging!
This is by far my favorite. I use a double bit all the time… usually for more than it was intended. I’ve split a hundred cords of wood with mine, lol.
This is by far my favorite. I use a double bit all year, for many years, usually for more than it was intended… I’ve split a hundred cords of wood with it, lol.
I’d love to see it shafted..
Love those classic double bit. Hope to get one one day
What a gorgeous axe. Love the double bit.
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