Multi-Mission Axe by Outland Equipment

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

A good axe can go a long way in the wild, so just imagine all the things you could do with the Outland Multi-Mission Axe?

Founded by fellow outdoorsman Christopher Aiston, Outland Equipment is a brand that was built specifically four outfitting guys with the best survival tools and gear available – and this thing proves it. This tactical axe is the only one you’ll ever need, featuring sturdy full tang S7 steel construction mated to a 4-inch chopping blade for cutting through anything that comes along your way. But that’s not all it does. As the name would suggest, this bad boy is outfitted with a handful of other tools as well. There’s a Modular S7 steel hammer, pry bar, seat belt cutter, and hex nut tools. The G10 handle grips were designed for optimum comfort, and two different size choices (15 and 19-inch) put portability at the forefront. Each axe also comes in a custom zippered case. [Purchase]

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