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Axe Review | Hults Bruk Agdor

     The Hults Bruk Agdor is an axe that has a reputation that precedes it anywhere. It has long been available in other countries and is especially popular with our axe throwing friends to the north. Finally, in the summer of 2020 the Agdor became readily available to the United States market. We have now had the time to properly test this mythical axe to see if it truly lives up to the stories we have heard.   The Specs      Out of the box, the Agdor meets the size and weight requirements for a big axe in both of the major axe throwing affiliations. This beauty has a blue painted head that weighs 2.5 pounds and has a 4-inch cutting edge. The thin profile of the blade makes it ideal for sinking into the wood that a throwing axe needs. The head is then hung on a 28 inch long slightly curved handle of select high grade hickory. As with many premium axes the Agdor comes with a fine leather sheath to protect your edge when it is not being tossed into the bullseye.   Testing To properl

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