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Axes and heads REDUCED PRICES!!! (pic heavy)

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  1. Dave Budd

    Dave Budd Gold Trader
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    These are still for sale, but you've missed out on the temporary reductions :p Prices stand as written below, plus P&P as stated at bottom


    Bearded Axe £170
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    5" cutting edge, 1100g all in. EN42J edge in a mild steel body, ash handle

    Polished hatchet £190
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    3 1/2" edge, 750g all in, EN43 steel and ash handle

    Damascus Axe £190
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    2 1/4" edge, 450g all in. En42j edge, damascus head, ash handle



    Thanks for looking folks.

    btw, postage will be charged at cost. RMSD on most of these will likely be between £7 and £10 :)




     
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  2. Johnnyboy1971

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    What's the haft length of the Damascus axe please.
     
  3. Dave Budd

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    a bit more info:
    Edge Length…….2 ¼”
    Head Length……..5”
    Weight…………….460g
    Overall Length…..14 ½”
    Blade………… EN42J edge, pattern welded head (cs70 and mild)
    Handle…………..English Ash, fire blackened
    Sheath…………….Black leather
     
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    Just checking PayPal account:D
     
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    Hi Dave, would you hold the larger of the two Heads for me till next week when I get paid?
    Cheers Fatbob
     
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    I'll hold onto the large one for you Fatbob :)
     
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    Some details of the bearded head only please Dave.
    Tim
     
  8. Dave Budd

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    its in the workshop at the moment. Off the top of my head its about 700g and has a 4" edge (en42j edge in a mild body). Will post it up when I have it finished ;)
     
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    Any chance of a top pic of the smaller head? Pm sent

    Sent from my GT-P3110 using Tapatalk 2
     
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    Funds not available right now. Sorry.
     
  11. Dave Budd

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    that's the story of my life! :( :rolleyes:
     
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    AAAARGH!!! someone buy that pattern welded axe!!!!
     
  13. Dave Budd

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    squidders, YOU could be that person ;)
     
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    It would feel weird using an axe while still nursing the stitches holding the flaps of skin where my testicles were.

    I think Eloise would make it not worth my while to buy it.

    Lovely though!
     
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    Hi Dave, pm sent re large axe head.:)
     
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    whats dimensions of smaller head ?
     
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    the small head has an edge of a bit over 6cm and is about 16cm long
     
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    Dave do you have an idea of the price for the bearded head only.
    Thanks, Tim
     
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    That bearded axe looks really sweet, everything about it looks just right.
     
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    Why thank you Robin :) the beared axes are all a bit new for me.

    I had an order for one a couple of months ago and since I could think of several ways to make it, I tried a couple and this was one of the good ones (it was also the easiest method). I had a bit of a play with it over the weekend, just cutting out a couple of spoons. It is very different to what I'm used to for carving (GB carving axe)but it was very effective and I think I shall be making more and playing with edge shapes and geometry a little. Any advice on that front?

    Setantii-Tim, The bearded head that I had in the workshop is already sold I'm afraid (had a pm as soon as I mentioned it, which is nice :) ). Similar would be £70 for the head only. I think I'll be making some more soon if you would like me to put an orde in for you.

    Here is the bearded head I mentioned earlier, was 740g
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