James Gibson Carving axe pics

Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by bearthedog, Feb 20, 2018.

  1. BlueDogScout

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    Here is the belt keeper set up. Makes carrying a breeze. The default keepers have a D ring which works with the FSP but not most knife sheaths.

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    Also you can fit a small trowel but you have to remove the trowel or saw to get the hatchet out so it’s not perfect.

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    These two blades make a great combo.
     
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    Thanks! @bearthedog knocked it out of the park with this design.
     
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    Roughed a spoon blank out of magnolia.
     

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    Nice!
     
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    Thanks man. Of course theee were hundreds i schlepped in the process. Ive always done it with a knife. Givson Axe is good stuff
     
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    It really cuts down the processing time for a spoon but youre right you have to be careful with fingers and the spoon.
     
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    Anymore Axe pics folks :)

    I just buckled down and ordered one of these finally. Definitely looking forward to checking it out.
     
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    Does anyone know how the Gibson Axe would handle deer processing? Busting apart joints, etc?
     

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