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I have a husky maul, a husky smallsplitting axe and a wetterlings large splitting axe, use all 3 and they are the perfect combo for the work i do. It took me 10 years or so to settle on this combination and I've smashed numerous cheap fibreglass handled others. None were cheap, tho not too expensive and are likely to see me out, in fact number 1 son has already put dibbs on the large splitting axe as he is a smaller man than the younger one, who is a bear and can swing the maul all day long. I now seem to have taken on a more supervisory role which suits fine, and now mostly use the husky splitting axe do do the final splits after the boys break up the big rings.

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