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Felling Timber with Osborne Axe.

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Been Felling, Timber for my Carvings and Furniture Business, also keeps me a little fit,

Have many items made now, and am going to showcase them on my You Tube Channel some day soon.

Though if anyone Appreciates Felling with a Axe.

Have Provided Link Below.

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwmajvcZOBZ5Af5N7DSuYAw

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I watched one of the videos

 

Looks like a good work out.  Although I did think you were about to bury that axe in your leg a few times.

 

Do you never change your grip over when you change sides.  When your hands were back to front it didn’t look that stable tbh mate.

 

Thanks for posting though.  The axe looks great.

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Bloody hell talk about hard work , I get the keep fit angle but felling and shedding with an axe isn’t that why we invented the Chainsaw alright for , hey let’s have a go , but not for me I would be to knackered to make anything after that .

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I reckon that axe is maybe a little heavy? Lighter axe, you'd get a better swing i reckon. I see videos of old timers using axes and always think they make em look light. I know they were a different breed and all that.

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