Axe & Saw Case

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bilmo-p5

Maker Plus
Jul 5, 2010
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west yorkshire
Axe & Saw Case


Recently completed axe & saw case in waterproof, 15oz cotton canvas.


Will accomodate a collapsable saw up to blade length 24" inside, and an axe of about the same length (eg. GB SmallForest Axe or Wilderness Axe) utilising the flap and sleeve.


Secure closure is effected by way of a 25mm side release buckle.


Case has a Molle-type strap on the back to facilitate securing to pack with compression straps etc. Strap is also fitted with a D-ring at each end for additional securing or for seperate carry using the provided detachable 25mm webbing shoulder-strap.


£30.00 fully inclusive to a UK address.










NB. the corex ax-alike is not for sale
 
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Goatboy

Full Member
Jan 31, 2005
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Scotland
That's a nice bit of kit you've made there sir, unfortunately I only use a hatchet and Opinel saw at the moment or I may be tempted. Nicely done.
 

swotty

Space and time
Apr 25, 2009
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Somerset
Nice work! If I hadn't made my own one in the style of the ________ one I'd snap this up...as Andy says, better design too :)
 

sunndog

Full Member
May 23, 2014
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derbyshire
Just thought i'd give a little feedback on these
they are well made and brilliant value for a start...honestly, 30 quid delivered is a steal

the only question I had before I bought mine was. Would a GB Scandinavian forest axe and bob destroud buck saw fit ok?....ian said he wasen't 100% sure but couldn't see why they wouldn't fit
Which was pretty much what I thought so I went for it

They fit perfectly. there's enough room so that the folded saw and axe haft sit side by side, so keeps it nice and neat. here's a couple of pics*










Cheers........adam


*insane lurcher pup that insists in being in on the action NOT included with every case
 

farfoodle

Forager
May 2, 2013
132
0
Oxfordshire
I also have one of Ian's axe and saw cases and they are truly excellent - sturdy but not very heavy. Highly recommended, especially at the price he's charging.
 

Johnnyboy1971

Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)
Dec 24, 2010
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Yorkshire
Looks great to me and if I didn't already have one, well you know what I mean.
Added two other bits to mine, a 2' blow poker and a squirrel cooker/pot hanger.