Snow & Nealley Outdoorsman’s Belt Axe with Sheath

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Amazon Price: $61.88 $61.88 (as of December 15, 2017 12:15 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Snow and Nealley Axe Company has been making quality steel tools since 1864. When you buy a Snow and Nealley tool you know you’re buying something that you’ll likely pass on to the next generation. The Snow and Nealley belt axe is the perfect lightweight axe for outdoor enthusiast. Designed especially for hiking, camping and trapping, the outdoorsman’s axe features a 1 1/4 lb. head on a 15″ select American hickory handle.

Snow & Nealley Outdoorsman’s Belt Axe with Sheath is a great  starter axe for the camper. Includes a genuine leather blade guard for your safety

Customer Reviews

but the steel is great, the wood handle grain is super

 on March 5, 2017
By davidmichaelkasun
I read previous reviews so I wasn’t surprised. The head angle is not aligned with the handle it’s off by abit, but the steel is great, the wood handle grain is super. I love that’s it’s made in the USA, the leather sheath is from India but is of very good quality. The edge had to be sharpened, which clued me to the quality of the steel. Hatchet fits like an arm extension, it is a working tool to go in my kayak.

Easy to pack along

 on February 21, 2017
By Richard Baumgartner
Tough little axe ! Easy to pack along .

Nice hatchet for your rucksack

14 people found this helpful.
 on June 3, 2016
By gearhound
I haven’t had a chance to put this hatchet to work, yet; I purchased it as a lighter-weight alternative to my Hultafors Hunting Axe. This tool is effectively a better-made, grownup version of a “Boy Scout” camp hatchet. The head is well-fitted to the handle, the poll/butt has sufficient heft and surface area for pounding tent stakes, and the steel “seems” to be of good quality (time and use will tell). The sheath is formed from sturdy leather, and has a snap fastener-style flap that completely encloses the head. You will have to remove the sheath for use as a camp “mallet.” Since there’s probably some shoppers who’d like a better look at the sheath, I’ve attached a couple of pictures for reference; including a look at the belt sleeve. I attached mine to my backpack, as intended, so this wasn’t a concern, for me.