Innovative and creative minds at Council Tool developed the idea for this one-of-a-kind, multi-purpose all-steel tool. The ApocalAxe® features a very sharp axe blade, hammer head, gut hook, and bottle opening. Sports a coat of black powder coat for a durable finish. This tool is ideal for wilderness outing and Bushcraft activities in general. Handy to have in a vehicle or a clash with Zombies.

Apocalaxe with Sheath

Trail to clear, tent to stake, firewood to cut, fish to clean, game to skin and maybe a second to relax. And that is just the stuff you know you have to do.

Well now you have one tool to help get it all done. And best of all, it’s man-sized. Two pounds and 15 inches of can-do American ingenuity, the ApocalAxe® from Council Tool features:

  • Drop-forged high-carbon U.S. steel
  • Hammer or knuckle grip
  • Gut Hook
  • Bottle Opener
  • Hammer
  • Secure, comfortable polymer grip
  • Leather holster for secure personal or vehicle mounting
  • Lifetime Warranty

Camping, hiking, kayaking, trail riding, hunting, fishing, personal rescue, survival training and more. Go Anywhere. Do Anything. ApocalAxe®

The Apocalaxe® In Action

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Caution - Wear Eye ProtectionAll Council axe heads are drop forged from high quality tool steel. The forging is then processed in an abrasive robotic work cell where the trim lines are removed, the shape refined and the cutting edges are ground, which yields highly consistent heads. Cutting edges are then heat treated and tempered. ANSI Standards call for bit hardness of Rc 45-60, at least ½ inch back from the cutting edge. Council Tool internal standards call for tempered bit hardness of Rc 48-55 and we target 1-1/4 inches from the cutting edge. The poll and eye walls are not hardened and remain in the as forged condition. The final sharpening of the cutting edge is by hand using fine grit abrasives. Care is taken to not affect the tempered hardness of the bit. Heads are either painted or lacquered to deter rust and all polished surfaces are lacquered or oiled. American hickory handles are dried to below 10% moisture content to minimize shrinkage and help prevent loosening. Handles are affixed to the heads using an extruded aluminum wedge which locks the head in a mechanical bond. Fiberglass handles are constructed of a pultruded structural fiberglass core with an injection molded jacket which forms an exterior body. The resulting jackets are tough, durable engineered polymer. Extremely strong, non-conductive and non-corrosive. Fiberglass handles are affixed to the head using a two part epoxy.

All Council Tool products meet or exceed ANSI specifications.