Axxis Hand Axe - Pocket Survival Knife & EDC Camp Axe
From flint to cold forged steel. The Axxis Hand Axe by Bone Daddy Blade Werx takes its inspiration from the original pieces of EDC, the flint hand axes carved by prehistoric humans. While maintaining their same basic shape and intent, the Axxis upgrades and contemporizes the tools' design and functionality with 11 unique attributes Bone Daddy says will equip survivalists with "a primary chopping tool that is stronger, lighter, and more functionally diverse than a traditional big knife or camp axe."
Axxis wielders can use the tool as either a hand axe or a full-size axe. The former engages a "pistol-whip style swing" for slicing and chopping, with 10 different grip options on its skeletonized body ensuring every hand and finger size will find a position that's comfortable and powerful in action. To extend the Axxis attach it to a haft, threading your ties through the lashing holes in its frame in whatever pattern works best for you. In elongated form, Bone Daddy says the Axxis head is strong enough for heavy chopping and felling larger trees.
The Axxis is 7" long, with a 5-1/2" edge, and weighs 14 ounces. Cold forged from a solid piece of 3/8" D2 tool steel and finished with a Titanium Nitride (TiN) coating, it is suitable for right- and left-handed users - even the axe's Kydex sheath is reversible for lefties.
The Axxis combo pocket survival knife and EDC camp axe seeks crowdfunding here on Kickstarter through March 26, 2020.