The Pulaski axe is a tool of the U.S. Forest Service and widely used by firefighters everywhere in forest fire control. The combination single bit axe and grub hoe makes short work of cutting through tree roots, unearthing stumps and excavating in even heavy clay soil.
The 3 3/4 lb forged steel head has a 4 1/2" wide axe blade on one face and a 3 1/4" wide grub hoe blade on the other. The hardwood handle is about 35" long. A superb, rugged tool for controlling overgrown brush. Weighs nearly 6 lb overall.
Made in USA.