Freyr™
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Freyr™

Designed by Elmer Roush in Brasstown, North Carolina
Norse design with a soul that’s all American. Why meddle with an axe shape that has been tried and true for over a thousand years? That’s the logic designer and veteran Elmer Roush brings to the Freyr™ tactical axe. The deep beard echoes Viking style. But its balance and pure burliness boosts it into a contemporary league all its own. Shield and Viking battle cry not included.
  • Hot Forged 1055 Carbon Steel
  • Prominent Useful Beard Design
  • Tennessee Hickory Handle
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Blade Length4.528" (115.01 mm)
Blade EdgeAxe Edge
Blade Steel1055 Carbon Steel
Blade FinishMagnesium Phosphate Coating
Blade Thickness1.185" (30.1 mm)
Weight1 lbs 12.7 oz
HandleTennessee Hickory
StyleAxe
Overall Length16" (406.4 mm)
Norse design with a soul that’s all American. Why meddle with an axe shape that has been tried and true for over a thousand years? That’s the logic designer and veteran Elmer Roush brings to the Freyr™ tactical axe. The deep beard echoes Viking style. But its balance and pure burliness boosts it into a contemporary league all its own. Shield and Viking battle cry not included.

Elmer Roush of Brasstown, North Carolina has one foot definitively in the past. When it comes to designing axes, that is. Though the Freyr’s™ deep beard might not be put to use drawing back an enemy’s shield as it would have in Viking-patrolled seas of lore, the balance it adds elevates this axe to a modern workhorse. Named after the Norse god of prosperity, its Viking soul stands up to its classic appearance.

The blade itself is hot forged of carbon steel and receives a passivation treatment for ultimate corrosion resistance. It’s met with a handle carved of Tennessee hickory and is precisely crafted for durability and ease of use. An aftermarket leather sheath is available for purchase.

If it’s true that history repeats itself, then this utilitarian axe is definitive proof.
Elmer Roush

Elmer Roush

Brasstown, North Carolina 

Elmer has spent his fair share of time on the battlefield. But these days, what really gives him excitement is battling hot steel with a hammer as a blacksmith. He enjoys hand forging functional edged tools and brings over 40 years of experience to the Forged By War™ program. Axes, froes, hatchets, and historical replicas, such as Viking axes, are his specialty. Though his designs look modern, they’re actually based on tools and implements that go back thousands of years.

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