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Adventure Medical SOL Fire Lite & Tinder-Quik Adventure Medical SOL Fire Lite & Tinder-Quik
Whether you're caught in an unexpected situation in the backcountry or you forgot to pack the matches, rely on the Adventure Medical SOL Fire Lite with Tinder-Quik to get the fire-starting job done. Ideal for hunters, outdoor enthusiasts, pilots, backcountry skiers, and campers, this waterproof striker and Tinder-Quick saves the day when your gear is utterly soaked or you're in survival mode.
Barebones Pulaski Axe Barebones Pulaski Axe
Chopping and splitting wood for your campfire is about to become one of your favorite parts of camping thanks to the Barebones Pulaski Axe. This sturdy axe's weighted head boasts a rounded 1055 high-carbon steel blade that slices through wood with ease and keeps its edge chop after chop and a horizontal mattock designed for cutting roots and digging trenches. A gorgeous beech handle offers a warm, smooth feel, and it has a steel core that ensures stability and durability. An unsung hero in the history of the USDA Forest Service, Ed Pulaski was a local ranger who bravely led a team of 45 volunteers into the fray during a huge fire known as The Big Burn in 1910 near the Idaho-Montana border. When the fire almost engulfed his team, he led them to an old mine shaft he knew of where they sought shelter. Although most of them made it out, five men died from suffocation, leading to public outrage when the story came out. You see, the Forest Service had been mostly disbanded under President Taft in the preceding years, meaning there was little in the way of professional help or medical aid for Pulaski and his men. Suddenly, support for the Forest Service dramatically increased and it was reinstated under Teddy Roosevelt, and has existed in its current form ever since. As for Pulaski, he later invented the Pulaski axe to help future Forest Service firefighters prevent fires more effectively. His axe is designed to not only chop wood, but to also cut roots and dig trenches so fire prevention practices can be more effectively employed.
Gerber 17.5in Hatchet Gerber 17.5in Hatchet
Keep your campfire supplied with a hearty pile of wood with the Gerber 17. 5in Hatchet. This handy hatchet has a slim steel head for easy slicing, and the other side is blunt enough for pounding tent stakes. The solid composite handle uses a bright green overmold that stays visible in low light, and the removable sheathe promotes safety when you carry it to your next campsite.
Sale Price: $52.76
Gerber 9in Hatchet Gerber 9in Hatchet
You don't need a fuzzy flannel or manly beard to appreciate the effortless chopping ability and well-balanced feel of the Gerber 9in Hatchet. From chopping kindling at the cabin to cutting down overgrown vegetation, the 9in Hatchet comes in handy for a wide range of outdoor scenarios and chores. The compact design and included sheath facilitate easy travel, so you're never without this extremely useful tool. Gerber's legendary quality shows in the hatchet's forged steel blade, which is engineered with a unique grinding technique for a razor-sharp edge that slices into wood up to three times deeper. There's even a low-friction coating for easy removal when you're splitting logs or throwing tomahawks out back. The handle's lightweight, grippy feel absorbs excess shock to prevent injury when you're chopping and splitting wood.
Sale Price: $46.36
Gerber Freescape Camp Saw Gerber Freescape Camp Saw
Ideal for cutting through larger diameter wood, the Gerber Freescape Camp Saw features four pivoting points for extra sawing power while utilizing the full length of the blade. It ingeniously folds flat without removing hardware, allowing you to carry it in a camp bin or pack without fear of losing parts. For optimum control, the grippy texturized handle prevents it from slipping during fast sawing. When the blade becomes dull after rigorous use, simply replace the standard 12-inch blade at any hardware store.
Sale Price: $47.16
Hults Bruk Tarnaby Hatchet Hults Bruk Tarnaby Hatchet
One of the more handsome axes you'll ever see, The Hults Bruk Tarnaby Hatchet is a small, all-purpose hatchet for basic uses such as making kindling, doing light clearing, and working in the garden. Made from solid Swedish steel, the head is the product of blasted and clear-lacquered ironwork, and the curved shaft is made of solid American hickory and treated with linseed oil for long-lasting performance.

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