Pulaski Axe, Single Bit, Hickory, 36 In.

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Pulaski axe is a multi-use forestry tool

The Pulaski Axe is designed to cut through heavy brush and even small trees. This versatile tool is a combination of a mattock and axe and is popular with farmers and forestry service professionals. The best Pulaski Axe is excellent for chopping, grubbing and digging fire lines or clearing brushy, rocky terrain. 3-1/2 lb. head, 3″W x 6″L mattock blade, 36″L straight handle. USA made.

The tool combines an axe and an adze in one head, similar to that of the cutter mattock, with a rigid handle of wood, plastic, or fiberglass. The Pulaski is a versatile tool for constructing firebreaks, as it can be used to both dig soil and chop wood. It is also well adapted for trail construction, gardening, and other outdoor work. As a gardening or excavation tool, it is effective for digging holes in root-bound or hard soil.

Specs

Pulaski Axe, Single Bit, Cutting Edge 4-3/4 In., Head Material Steel, Head Weight 3-3/4 lbs., Overall Length 36 In., Straight Handle, Handle Material Hickory, Face Red Enamel Cutting Edges in Clear Lacquer, Features Oil Quenched For Uniform Hardness And Straightness., Meets/Exceeds Rc 48-55 ‘

Customer Reviews

Wonderful tool

15 people found this helpful.
 on November 24, 2013
By nurunuru
The pulaski is nearly always my first choice of tool to grab when I get off the engine at a wildland fire, and it’s a mighty useful tool for around the garden/campground as well. This particular brand of pulaski seems solidly made. Just have to be careful who you lend it to for chopping up firewood, as the handle is naturally not bombproof and can get a chunk torn out of it if someone tries to bust a log open with that as opposed to the axe head. Yes… I speak from experience -_-* Council does sell replacement handles if it comes to that, though.

Great tool

3 people found this helpful.
 on August 7, 2015
By Ragel
Have a few hundred swings in with this, so I’ll write a review…

Best axe we have

12 people found this helpful.
 on March 3, 2013
By Scott H. Simpson
I run a earth friendly landscape company. We remove small to medium trees manually, no machines. So we chop the root system out of the ground. This axe quickly became the most popular tool during this phase of the job. Everyone wants to use the pulaski. It is well balanced, strong, shock feedback is minimal, and the pick on the other side is great for prying out your prize after it is cut. I highly recommend this brand. We also have a brush cutter that is a great specialty tool for clearing.

Put to the test and works fine

11 people found this helpful.
 on December 4, 2012
By mandalarunning
I used it for taking out a stubborn root. This tool is great for grubbing and mucking around the property and splits firewood too. Made in USA by a company with high quality standards.

a real beauty and work horse…

One person found this helpful.
 on June 6, 2015
By RSF
Cut the tree roots like butter…I could not be happier. Plus buying (finally) an all American made product made me happy (at any price).

Love this tool and would recommend it to anyone looking …

One person found this helpful.
 on August 27, 2015
By Art P.
This is a heavy duty tool. Used it to take out two young Redwood roots that were @ 6″ dia. Chopped right through the dirt severing the roots, no problem. The edge was unscathed and remain sharp though no rocks were struck. The head weight kept the momentum right through the cut. Love this tool and would recommend it to anyone looking for a professional quality tool.

The good tempered steel head took time to get sharp blade

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 8, 2015
By Brett T. Wolfe
Well made axe. The good tempered steel head took time to get sharp blade, but that also relates to it holding the edge for some time. A little sanding and oil on the handle, an it ready to go do yard cleaning, trail building, and heave forbid need to cut a fire line in the woods…

if you want and /or need a pulaski – then buy one of these and use it and be at peace that you done alright

2 people found this helpful.
 on June 16, 2015
By kit carson
just a good solid well made tool , if you want a Pulaski there is no reason you wouldn’t want this one, it does the work stays sharp and doesn’t complain

This is the tool of choice for heavy root-removal jobs …

One person found this helpful.
 on August 21, 2015
By JDK
This is the tool of choice for heavy root-removal jobs. I used one for years as a U.S. Forest Service fire fighter and now use one when transplanting trees where it is often necessary to chop through heavy roots.

Highly Recommend

3 people found this helpful.
 on May 2, 2014
By Christina C
Ordered two of these axes for my business. Very happy with the quality of this Axe. I have gone through at least 4 other axes and this is THE ONE.