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Council Tools 3.75# Pulaski Axe with 36"  Handle
Pulaski Axe

Council Tools 3.75# Pulaski Axe with 36" Handle

Part Number:38PE136
Retail Price:$98.61
Your Savings:$13.85(14%)
Your Price: $84.76
Council Tools 3.75# Pulaski Axe with 36" Hickory Handle
3.75# Pulaski axe with 36"  handle. Thought to have been developed in the early 1900’s by Edward Pulaski, a legendary Forest Service ranger in Idaho. It is said that in August, 1910 his presence saved the lives of 45 men during a difficult time in a large fire. This firefighter axe features a traditional style with the blade on one end and a Mattock blade for digging or grubbing on the other end. This wildland fire tool can be used in a variety of settings including forestry and general landscaping.

Pulaski Axe Features:

  • Wildland Pulaski fire tool hand Sharpened, Single Bit Edge And Mattock Blade.
  • Ansi Standards Call For Bit Hardness Of Rc 45-60, At Least ½ Inch Back From The Cutting Edge. Council Tool Internal Standards Call For Tempered Bit Hardness Of Rc 48-55.
  • Body Coated With Red Enamel And The Cutting Edges In Clear Lacquer To Deter Rust.
  • 36" Double Bit American  Handle
  • Axe Head Is Hydraulically Seated Onto Handle And Secured With A Serrated Aluminum Wedge. The Serrated Shape Improves Bite And The Aluminum Choice Of Material Is Strong, Lightweight And Does Not Change Size With Moisture Content.
  • The Interior Detail Of The Eye Is Tapered And Allows For A Strong Mechanical Bond. Approximately 1/2? Of The Overall Length Of The Handle Is Removed During Assembly. Oal Is Nominal.
5 Stars
Great tool!
We are part of a trail alliance for which this tool is invaluable!
Reviewed by:  from Sisters, OR. on 7/13/2012
5 Stars
High-quality tool worth every penny. I'm using mine for post-wildfire work around our house: chopping out dead cane, clearing and deepening small streams, smoothing ash hills, filling smolder flowers, and whacking down burnt stumps. There's probably nothing I need to do in my areasthat this tool can't handle. Wish I'd known of this tool when I was a youngster!
Reviewed by:  from Valyermo, CA. on 12/30/2020

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