American Survival Guide

Orig­i­nal Wood­man’s Pal



The Wood­man’s Pal is fa­mil­iar to most of us who have been in and around the woods for any length of time. You might have first seen it hang­ing on the wall of your grand­fa­ther’s tool shed, and that same tool is prob­a­bly still kick­ing butt to­day. This brush axe/ma­chete per­forms the tasks of many tools, mak­ing it one of the orig­i­nal out­doors­man’s mul­ti­tools. With it, you can trim, prune, blaze trails, cut brush and build a camp and its fur­nish­ings. A prac­ticed arm can cut brush up to 1.5 inches in di­am­e­ter in one stroke. The handy hook on the back of the blade will save your back by re­duc­ing thou­sands of bends to pick up branches and cut­tings.


• Over­all length: 17 inches

• Blade length: 10.5 inches

• Blade steel: 1074/1075 spring steel

• Ash wood han­dle is made by Amish crafts­men

• In­cludes leather sheath and Lan­sky 280 grit stone




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