Hunting and camping season is coming up fast.
My family is actually getting ready to have our first reunion/camping trip since my father passed away, and I have to say that I am excited!
One thing that it has me thinking about is good camping gear and one of the most important pieces of gear that I can think of where we camp out is a good, sturdy hatchet.
We camp in East Texas.
The Piney Woods National Forest out on Lake Sam Rayburn to be exact.
It is absolutely beautiful out there!
And out in these pine forests, if there is one thing we are not lacking, its a good source of firewood.
So I have been looking for a decent hatchet that didn’t cost me an arm and a leg.
I ran across this one online and even found a short video review of it.
Now, I have to say that I have always been a fan of the more traditional, wood handled hatchet, but this one caught my eye.
Here is just a bit more about it.
- Lightest 8-inch hatchet on the market
- Non-break polypropylene handle
- Ergonomic handle for less stress and comfort
- Lightweight, only 13.6-ounce
- Durable and made to last
Check out the short video review below:
Coming in at around $35.00, I’m thinking about picking one of these Trail Blazer Hatchet’s up…
What do you think?
Should I grab this one or would you suggest another hatchet to pack with me?
Let me know in the comments below.
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