Buck Compadre Camp Axe

Mar 4, 2016

Category: Gear

Allow us to “axe” you a question real quick. Have you ever been camping or hiking and wanted to settle down with a fire or a meal only to find your axe performed poorly in chopping wood or preparing game? Well, thanks to our friends over at Buck Knives, the Compadre Camp Axe was developed as an all-around camp axe used for anything and everything that has to do with chopping, dicing, or slicing.

Each axe is composed of 5160 steel with a Heritage Walnut Dynomwood handle. Buck also took the liberty to forward-weight the design as to increase the ease of user experience. The red powder coat also offsets the risk of corrosion from extended use. Weighing in at 23.4oz and boasting a blade length of three inches, the Compadre Camp Axe fits all backpacks and comes with a leather sheath to avoid any incidents during transport or handling. Like all of Buck Knives’ products, this thing is backed by a lifetime warranty, and is made right here in the USA. Available for $120. [Purchase]

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