Camp Axe II
Hand-to-hand combat with the Walking Dead? We don’t recommend it. If you do, however, find yourself going toe-to-toe with a decomposing creep we suggest the Camp II. It’s our single-hand axe made for close quarter confrontations with a walker. It has an elongated handle which means more forceful bone crushing with every swing. Complete with a molded plastic sheath, this is Gerber’s essential hand axe for survival in a post-outbreak society.
*Also an all-purpose hand axe for setting up camp and chopping wood.
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- Overall Length: 17.32"
- Blade Length: 2.93"
- Weight: 34.6oz
- Head: Forged Steel
- Sheath: Formed Plastic
- Handle: Glass-filled Nylon
- Forged steel head
- Excellent edge retention
- Glass-filled Nylon handle
Handle broke first time I used it.
this is so worth it, buy i, it is great buy it
I don't know why this listing doesn't describe ANY of the axe's main features...
*Ideal for felling trees
*Chops up to three times deeper with each swing to chop more faster
*Perfected balance and power-to-weight ratio increases swing speed to multiply power, much like an aluminum baseball bat
*Proprietary blade-grinding technique provides a sharper edge for better contact and cleaner cuts
*Hardened forged steel blade stays sharp longer than traditional axes
*Non-stick blade coating powers through wood and prevent head from getting stuck
*Unbreakable PermaHead™ insert-molded head will not loosen and prevents overstrike breakage
*Shock-absorbing FiberComp® handle is lightweight yet stronger than steel to prevent overstrike damage
*Nonslip grip reduces hand strain and improves control
*Designed in Billnäs, Finland, building on a 360-year history of the world’s best forged tools
*Included sheath helps protects blade and the user
Your welcome Gerber!
great axe, stays sharp and is good weight. sheath is a bit sketchy, but other than that, its awesome
Great tool for the weight.
Sharp and retains an edge for typical axe tasks - Chopping wood, hammer on back, notching, even taking down a door.
I have the previous generation which didn't have the grey rubber addition on the handle (both generations are ni
I truly like this axe.It fits on my hip perfectly.It is sharp and seems to stay that way a while.My only complaint is that the sheath tore at the belt loop.I thought I would lose it on the hike,so I tied it on to my belt.I haven't taken it on a hike since