Crown Hacking Knife
Crown Hacking Knife
£10.96 (£9.13 Ex. VAT)

Crown Hacking Knife

Code: 410102

  • Solid one piece forging
  • Two thick leather scales for grip
  • Nothing better for removing old putty from window frames
  • 114mm knife
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£10.96 (£9.13 Ex. VAT)

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Description

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A solid one piece forging with a thick leather scale riveted to each side of the tang forming a comfortable grip. The hacking knife is mainly used to remove old putty from window frames. It can also be useful as a small froe for splitting small green wood branches. The heavy back is designed to be struck with a hammer, this hacking knife is forged and particularly well ground and finished.

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Model 182
Reviews (1)

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Overall rating 2.4 out of 5 based on 1 review

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Doug Constant

26 June 2014

Not particularly well constructed

Looks the job, feels ok, well weighted but lets you down in use. The handle fixings are a two piece job, the slotted side is located through holes in the handle, the non slotted side pushes in from the other side. The two pieces do not fit tightly with each other, result after about half a dozen blows the fixings come apart and drop off, hence so do the leather pieces. No amount of pressing back into place helps and the blade can't be used without the leather strips as the vibration from the hammer blows is too excessive for comfort.

Summary: Poor quality fixings make a reasonable tool virtuall unusable.
Upside: Axminster Tools did not hesitate in offering a refund, always excellent service.

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