Two-Bit Betty Axe

Sep 20, 2017

Category: Gear

While the likelihood of a Zombie apocalypse may be minuscule, it doesn’t deter us from playing out the hypothetical of what we’d really do in a Walking Dead-type situation. Luckily, the crew over a Zombie Tool are thinking ahead in forging defense weaponry proven to knock the noggin off any one of those undead pests that may be standing in your way.

Here, we have the 2-Bit Betty, a 23-inch double-bit working axe that’s been given the ZT treatment that turns her into the zombie-slaying tool you see before you. In terms of specs on this thing, Betty boasts a 9-inch head width, 6150 steel composition, weighs in at 3 lbs 7oz and features an edge length of 5-inches. Originally positioned as a tree felling tool, now you’re able to use this medieval-looking deadly axe to inflict some serious damage of your own on the infected population.

Purchase: $350

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