Latest Damascus Hatchet

Discussion in 'Tomahawks, Axes and other Choppers' started by EdCaffreyMS, Oct 8, 2017.

  1. EdCaffreyMS

    EdCaffreyMS Forum Owner - Moderator

    Thought I would do something different..... a Double Bit Hatchet in "Fossil" Damascus. :)

    16 3/4" overall, head is 6 3/8" edge to edge. Head is finished with clear Gun-Kote for near zero maintenance, and durability, Blackened Hickory handle with Tru-Oil finish, and leather sheath.




  2. Darrin Sanders

    Darrin Sanders Moderator

    Man that's sweet Ed. I could hack up some kindling in style with that. LOL Especially love the contour of the handle. May I ask how you colored the Hickory? Fiebings maybe?
  3. C Craft

    C Craft Well-Known Member

    Very nice, Ed! Two thumbs up!!!
  4. EdCaffreyMS

    EdCaffreyMS Forum Owner - Moderator

    Darrin...... a really tedious and exacting method....... a propane torch! :) That hickory sucks up Tru-Oil like a sponge when it's hot! :)

    Seriously, that is what I did.....blacked the handle with a propane torch, slathered it with tru-oil, which is sucked right up, and then after letting it sit overnight, started adding a coat of Tru-Oil about every two hours, for a total of 12 coats.
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  5. Darrin Sanders

    Darrin Sanders Moderator

    Well I'll be danged. Never would have thought that. Thanks for the tip. And now I have Roger Miller stuck in my head. LOL
  6. Smallshop

    Smallshop KNIFE MAKER

    That is really nice!!
  7. Dusty One

    Dusty One Well-Known Member

    Great looking piece !
  8. opaul

    opaul Well-Known Member

    That sir is a nice looking hatchet.
  9. brazos2

    brazos2 Active Member

    Looks too fine to use. Good work.
  10. roadapples

    roadapples Well-Known Member

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