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Teyeger
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re: good machete for clearing some brush

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Swedish brush axe


I think I would rather just use an axe.


INFIDEL
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
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INFIDEL
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
Mash here

Try this, or google cold steel two handed machete

A guy was shopping in there while I was looking at it and wouldn't quit raving about how awesome it was. He was right. I love it.


Teyeger
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
He must still be raving cause the link dont work either.
This post was edited on 11/14 at 9:38 am


BarDTiger81
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
mashy place no worky


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INFIDEL
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
Yeah, I know, dammit. Does the link work?


BarDTiger81
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
no


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Teyeger
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
Nope


INFIDEL
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
frick y'all. On my to west Texas and trying to help y'all out and all I'm gettin back is hateful shite.


Google cold steel two handed axe.


Teyeger
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
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frick y'all. On my to west Texas and trying to help y'all out and all I'm gettin back is hateful shite.





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AlxTgr
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
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I think I would rather just use an axe.
Wow, you must enjoy torture.


Teague
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
I've been thinking about taking an old hand saw and making a machete out of it. You could even leave the teeth on the back.


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Teyeger
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
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Wow, you must enjoy torture.


That thing looks like the exact same thing just with less weight and looks like it might break after the first missed swing.


AlxTgr
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
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That thing looks like the exact same thing just with less weight and looks like it might break after the first missed swing.
Looks nothing like an axe. Has a thin razor sharp blade. I have seen large items come down with one whack. Break?


Teyeger
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
NM
This post was edited on 11/14 at 10:19 am


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Ari BROld
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
Don't waste your time on the cheap Walmart one. I used it once and it was Bent to about 30 degrees.


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taurusjwf
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
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Ditch bank blade FTW


all you'll ever need


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LSURoss
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
I just take the cheap one from academy and sharpen it. Never had any problems


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4X4DEMON
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NWLA
Member since Dec 2007
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
We call that a brush axe, and I have the gerber machete that was posted right below yours. Both work well.


Preys on Gumps
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Wrigleyville
Member since May 2012
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re: good machete for clearing some brush
I love my Sog. Not too expensive and it is a fricking horse. I've cut down 4" chicken trees with the right downward angle.

Also carry a pair of long handled Fiscars on the bike and these are miracle workers for clearing lanes.


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