1.625 lbs. Sport Utility Flying Fox Woodsman Hatchet

SKU: SU162FF16C

MSRP $54.48

(3 customer reviews)

Flying Fox Woodsman Hatchet is a multi-use camp hatchet

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The Flying Fox Woodsman Hatchet is a multi-use camp hatchet in the Sport Utility Line, that was developed with specific design parameters, so that it functions well for wood-cutting chores, but also qualifies for competitive throwing in both major urban axe throwing organizations.

  • Head weight… 1 lbs. 11 oz
  • Bit length… 3 7/8”
  • Hardened bit and poll
  • Handle has a large hatchet eye, trimmed to be under 16” (Hickory)

The overall design takes elements found in vintage hatchets from the mid-20th century, and gives modern affirmation to those hatchets from yesteryear.

This hatchet is unique In this market, as it is one of the very few hatchets that has a hardened poll.  This poll can be used as a hammer to drive nails, spikes, and other fasteners, as well as aid in the process of construction, demolition, and some mechanical applications where a slight “adjustment” is needed.

The Flying Fox is a great option for campers, backpackers, day-trippers, bushcrafters, preppers, homesteaders, hunters, trappers, tradesmen, ranchers, everyday axe enthusiasts, and competitive throwers.

Prop 65 Warning: This product contains Nickel (metallic), a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.

  1. Wade Pettus

    This is one of the best Throwing Axes on the market.
    It was the Axe used to win the 2020 World Axe Throwing Championship. I profiled my blade a little thinner than from the factory and installed a straight handle. I have thrown it nearly a 1,000 times since then and have not had any dropped axes.
    My only wish is that Council Tools would start giving customers an option with a perfect straight handle.
    Love this Axe and the price!!

  2. Paul Cox

    Bought this for my brother in law who’s an avid bushcraft. Hes used the heck out of it and always brags on its versatility and packability.

  3. Tony Franklin

    The perfect camp hatchet. Heavy enough to chop wood with ease but light enough to carry. Great leverage. It’s an award winning throwing axe, but I don’t know much about throwing them. I also love that it’s made down the road from me in the heart of North Carolina. One of the folks who crafted it might be the person next to you in the grocery check out line.

    • Council Tool

      Thank you for the comment! Happy chopping!

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