I believe they are now owned by Gransfors and have been for some time but still trading as Wetterlings.Folks is this correct that Wetterlings are no longer manufacturing there famous axes? The company has folded?
That's a shame, Wetterlings were a much liked axe. Still at least the factory is still working. I regret not buying there Les Stroud now.I believe they are now owned by Gransfors and have been for some time but still trading as Wetterlings.
Possibly the most honest branded product I've ever seen in the world of bushcraft and survival, top work Les!They do a Les bobblehead too
I'am on it, and the bobblehead tooStill for sale on his website...
They do a Les bobblehead too
Yes KenThis, very tongue in cheek! Having never met of course you would have no idea that I don't go for such trash; I wouldn't buy the bobble head either (that was sarcasm )The axe seems way overpriced and the bobble head ridiculous.
I'm sorry I don't always get sarcasm, the emojis suggest jest but I'm not sure?
Please tell me people don't really want his bobble head..?