yeah its tiny, about the size of a hammer, the sheeth isnt brilliant , the head was good and secure but not razor sharp but thats not a prob as a waterstone could sort that ,thought i`d put it up for little people who want to chop wood with mummy or daddy in the woods, keep em interested,my daughter isnt ready for my GB yet and its not ready for her!!!! T:
That is one blinding little knife, I bought one from Axminsters shop in Faversham a few weeks ago and havent put it down since, didnt see the small axes but will have to get some for my scouts to throw at each other, or should I get them Tomahawks and do the job properly???
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