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Got My x25 yesterday. It's pretty short compared to the x27, and I think it would be uncomfortable to use for lots of chopping as I'm 6'1", but for splitting down smaller logs and little bits and pieces it'll be fine.

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Fiskars X27 for me, rule of thumb is if that Wranglestar guy doesn't like them you know they must be good.

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I too use the fiskars x27, fantastic bit of kit compared to the mauls, to heavy for a lot of chopping. The x27 is light with super sharp edge, I touch the edge up when finished ready for next time using a sharpening puck. If you guys haven't seen the YouTube video of splitting logs with a tyre, have a look. Great idea and saves walking around picking up the logs or falling over them. I made my own fastened to a stump, so much better 👍

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