I have shopped lots of firewood with axe, for many years until my parents installed earth heating in their house. Recently, I bought this axe for pounding wedges by felling in the forest. It was cheap, and light to carry around.
It turned out that it also is good for wood splitting. I guess the light handle, the heavy head/blade and the shape of the head make it. I was truly surprised by this as I bought it just for the wedges.
What experiences do you have of wood splitting with axe? What makes a good axe for that purpose?
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