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Competition Axe and Saw

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An enthusiastic team of Welsh chainsaw and axe-handlers demonstrates skill, strength and speed at Westonbirt`s `Treefest`. They explain the different methods of chopping wood, show the speed of a modified chainsaw engine against a more common version and impress the crowds with their axe-wielding knowledge and expertise.
www.welshaxemen.co.uk
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www.forestry.gov.uk/westonbirt
www.adliberate.co.uk


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Hello
I am led to believe, from a very reliable source that the cheap Chinese axes talked about in this clip, are being flogged of under another guise
Tuatahi in NZ sell these axes for around the $70 mark, Brute Forge purchase these axes from them, re shape, re temper and then stamp them with the Brute Forge logo, then sell them at highly inflated prices
Before you purchase a Brute Forge axe, you need to ask them the question, ? is this a chinese copy

John dunston

January 26, 2017

Oooooh and while a have your attention, if you purchase these CHINESE axes from Tuatahi in NZ in lots of 10, they will sell them to you for $65 plus postage and handling costs
Just email them

John dunston

January 26, 2017

I don't know if it's pure coincidence but events like these involving some kind of work seldom have ethnics participating or even in the audience.

Sindento 1

October 30, 2019


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