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This ax looks like a friendly duck, but it’s got the bite of a muscovy

Despite the strange design, this ax is no lame duck. Take it camping and make sure your wood chopping endeavors don't end with your ax head flying off.
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This fantastic-looking chopping tool from Kershaw, dubbed the Quax, is the official Duck Commander ax.

The full tang design means the head and body form a single part, which means the head won’t go flying when you bring her down with a big swing.

The Quax is a small ax, with a length of just over 17 inches, which means it’s perfect for carrying around or taking on a camp.

And because it weighs in at just over 3.5 ounces, it won’t turn your walk into a slog and drag you down.

The Quax’s double bevel edge makes quick work of chopping wood so you can get to building a fire and cooking your food.

The Quax comes with a big hole at the rear of the handle, making it easy to attach to your bag with a lanyard. That means you can keep it at the ready should you need it immediately when you reach your camping destination.

The bit is a classic double bevel design and if you keep it sharp using the Work Sharp Ken Onion, you’ll have a fine chopping tool always ready for hard work.

Don’t let the design of the Quax fool you into thinking this is a lame duck.

This little tool will help you get your camp fire going in no time so you can sit, relax, enjoy the night air and that juicy piece of meat you brought with.

Product highlights

Full tang construction means the ax head won't go flying mid-swing.

Handle made from glass-filled nylon which'll take a rough handling for a long time to come.

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