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  1. Hi guys, We're starting to get dribs and drabs of our yearly Gransfors Bruks axes turn into stock now, and we currently have Wildlife Hatchets, Small Forestry Axes, Splitting Hatchets, Large Splitting Axes and Splitting Mauls in and available! Head online to the link below to grab one if you've been waiting, as these tend to sell out before the winter! There is also no guarantee that we'll have any left to take to the APF based on last years sales so be quick! Gransfors Axes
  2. The time is upon us, we've spent the last week or so packing and pricing and making sure that we've got all our best offers ready to go this Friday/Saturday. If you're coming down to Westonbirt this year then be sure to pay us a visit, where we've got deals on machinery, PPE, climbing kit, rigging rope and more for the duration of the 2 days. We've also added some late deliveries onto the van that unexpectedly came in today, including our first 2016 batch of the sought-after Gransfors Axes! It wouldn't surprise us if these sell well at the show so make sure you're down early to avoid disappointment! See you there!
  3. Finally back into stock this morning, the GRANSFORS SPLITTINGS MAULS have finally made their way here, after over a year waiting! To get your hands on one of these superb splitting axes, each individually hand made in Sweden, give us a call or place your orders online now! You can also head over to our Facebook page to see more images of the Splitting Mauls https://www.facebook.com/ForestAndArb?ref=hl Gransfors Splitting Maul :thumbup1:
  4. *GRANSFORS STOCK ALERT* Just a quick note for everyone, we've just had the first part of our long awaited Gransfors delivery TODAY, and we now have in and available for immediate dispatch, the following axes: Gransfors Wildlife hatchet Gransfors Small Forestry Axe Gransfors Scandinavian Axe Gransfors Splitting Axe Check them out by clicking here! Gransfors Axes The Splitting Mauls are due in at the start of May for anyone waiting for them, if anyone else would like us to contact them directly when other axes come in then please comment with your contact details!
  5. Female Arb

    Help!!!

    This is a rather odd request... I'm after some advise from people who know what there talking about because I defiantly do not! I know its a long way off however for one of my boyfriends Christmas presents I would like to buy him a new splitting axe (seeing as the head flew off his last one, spiralling through the air luckily not into the direction of any living objects) I know he likes the Gransfor ones although I've seen a nice Husqvarna splitting axe I like better. Does anyone have any reviews or splitting axes they recommend? I would just ask him but don't want to spoilt the surprise Many thanks in advance!!
  6. Hi Guys and Girls, Firewood season is upon us at last and we now have a good range of axes & mauls instock. Only £2.95 delivery for orders totalling under £75 ex VAT and then free over £75 ex VAT. Axes - Hatchets - Mauls - Log Splitting Axe - Arborist Axes & Mauls

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