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Camp Axe II

Among Gerber’s single hand axes, the Camp II has the longest handle. This additional length offers more force with each swing. Built to the same tough specifications as the Sport II and Back Pack II, it has a forged stainless steel head, glass-filled nylon handle and molded plastic sheath. This is the axe for setting up camp, splitting kindling, and pounding in tent stakes.

$52
Item # 31-000914
  • Overall Length: 17.32"
  • Blade Length: 2.93"
  • Weight: 34.6oz
  • Head: Forged Steel
  • Sheath: Formed Plastic
  • Handle: Glass-filled Nylon
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Features

  • Forged steel head
  • Excellent edge retention
  • Glass-filled Nylon handle
5 the next gen axe Ben - AUG 13, 2013

This axe is one of the best i have ever owned and that is also compareing it to the axe given to me by my grandfather. This axe is a real fore runner for the next gen of woods man an i speak of experience being of a age of 16. I hace used this axe in a large aray of weather conditons forn 100 degrees to 0 degrees and it has porformed exeptonaly. The light handel makes carrying it easy and not atal a burden and it holds an edge very well even when i have sent it througe a 10penny nail . The handel is hollow and it has enough room to fit a relativly larger survival kit into as long as u put come duct tape on the end and what u have inside doesnt rattel in the hand much whitch can be fixed with some cotton wadding which doubles as tinder. But over all this axe is really a great buy and it has a great price and i must buy for a first axe for kids and its numerus veriations allow u to buyfor what u really need it to do.

5 tough as hell Loves WV - MAR 21, 2013

I beat the piss out of one of these during my last camping trip and it performed excellent. I chopped a large pile of red oak and even used a large hammer to maul the hatchet through a cut log and split it into usable size pieces. I had to resharpen it afterwards but it had taken some serious abuse. Highly recommend !!!!!!!!!!!!

5 Your Title Josh S. - DEC 17, 2012

This is one bad little axe. I use it just like a knife, split wood, make feather sticks, and shaveings to start fires. I will never use another axe. This one will probably last a lifetime.

5 Mr Russ - NOV 6, 2012

Great axe, lightweight yet strong. The head can hold an amazing edge, comfortable to the hand (I did wrap my handle in hockey tape). It lashes to the side of my backpack easily. I don't head into the woods without it.

5 Mr Chris D - OCT 22, 2012

I also have one of the original models. Bought 19 years ago. Re sharpened and re ground several times. I'm a gardener for a living and all our heating is solid fuel. One of my primary tools for both jobs, it's scratched and dented from use, the reverse hammer head is piened on the edges. But no sign of failing in use. Fill the holow handle with expanding foam filler, makes a much better choping sound. Get this longer handled version, more efficient swing. great design and worth every penny.

4 Great Axe Josh - OCT 18, 2012

It's nearly the same axe as Fiskars. Holds up great, razor sharp edge, only feels fragile because of how light it is (makes it easier on hands actually) but is super strong. This one looks cooler though ;) everything you could ask from an axe; right down to the no-slip grip. Good ergonomics and cuts deep. Unless you wear gloves or have good calousses it'll give blisters though, but I guess that goes for anything.

4 Great Hatchet Mason - MAY 30, 2012

I Have one of the original models. I absolutely love it! I never go camping without it. The hollow handle makes it very light weight and perfect for backpacking. the blade sharpens easily to a razor sharp edge. I resharpen it after every-overnight camp out when i get home. It never ceases to amaze me that
I can get the blade sharper than most of my pocket knives. However the hollow handle has a plastic feel to it and feels like it could easily break, but I'm careful with it and it has no signs of wear or damage. I think I could definitely be more abusive to it and it would hold up perfectly. The bottom line: A perfect hatchet for the weight-conscious backpacker.

4 Great Hatchet Mason - MAY 30, 2012

I Have one of the original models. I absolutely love it! I never go camping without it. The hollow handle makes it very light weight and perfect for backpacking. the blade sharpens easily to a razor sharp edge. I resharpen it after every-overnight camp out when i get home. It never ceases to amaze me that
I can get the blade sharper than most of my pocket knives. However the hollow handle has a plastic feel to it and feels like it could easily break, but I'm careful with it and it has no signs of wear or damage. I think I could definitely be more abusive to it and it would hold up perfectly. The bottom line: A perfect hatchet for the weight-conscious backpacker.

3 hatchet and sheath Daryush - JAN 29, 2012

the axe has really helped me a lot and it is very durable and will not let you down but the sheath or carrying case is not quite good and they should really give it with a better sheath.

5 wow what a axe tony - JAN 19, 2012

this axe has help me shread through tons of trees in only seconds very durable

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