double-bitted ax

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Synonyms for double-bitted ax

an ax that has cutting edges on both sides of the head

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According to author Stewart Holbrook, Douglas-fir logging began with one Clement Adams Bradbury, a native of Saco, Maine, who on January 15, 1847, spat on his hands, grabbed his double-bitted ax, and took his first whack at the biggest tree he had ever seen, a fir eight feet in diameter near Astoria, Oregon.
A number of free seminars will be held, including ones by headliners Jim Crowley of Hook & Hunt TV, and Canadian hunting and fishing expert Norm "The Great" McCreight, who among other topics will discuss how to fillet a Canadian walleye with a double-bitted ax.