BIRLER™ AXE REPLACEMENT HANDLE
BIRLER™ AXE REPLACEMENT HANDLE BIRLER™ AXE REPLACEMENT HANDLE BIRLER™ AXE REPLACEMENT HANDLE BIRLER™ AXE REPLACEMENT HANDLE
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BIRLER™ AXE REPLACEMENT HANDLE

Designed by Elmer Roush in Brasstown, North Carolina
Are you a brute and your untamed chopping power broke your CRKT® Birler Axe?

No problem. We have the replacement handle for your CRKT® axe right here. This Tennessee hickory handle is the replacement handle for the Birler Axe. It's made in the USA and sealed with a lacquer coat that adds durability when you're in the backcountry.
  • Tennessee Hickory Handle
  • Made in the USA
  • Sealed with a lacquer coat that adds durability
$9.99
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Are you a brute and your untamed chopping power broke your CRKT® Birler Axe? No problem. We have the replacement handle for your CRKT® axe right here.

This Tennessee hickory handle is the replacement handle for the Birler Axe. It's made in the USA and sealed with a lacquer coat that adds durability when you're in the backcountry.

To replace the handle, remove the old handle by carefully placing the butt of the old handle on the ground and tapping the head of the axe with a mallet until it slides down. To put the new handle on, slide the head onto the handle from the tapered end until it is seated on the thicker end of the handle. Next, hold the handle of the axe with the head down and hit the ground or a hard surface sharply several times to seat the head onto the handle. Changes in humidity may cause the head to become loose so be sure to check before use.
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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