Overland Axe? 28" or 36"

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    I was going to recommend the Silky BigBoy but looks like I was beaten. Handily.
     
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    I have Overlanded for several years and have gone through a couple of different axe choices.

    While a folding saw does have some benefits it cannot split logs for firewood etc.

    I have been using this Estwing Axe for a few years and love it...

    https://www.estwing.com/products/campers-axe-long-handle

    I like it’s balance and the solid steel shaft means it will never break.
     
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    The special edition I hear cuts $19 better than the one you have!
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00D32ALW4/ref=twister_B01N35B6I6?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1#customerReviews

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