Advice Needed on Storing, Splitting Wood

Mass. Wine Guy Posted By Mass. Wine Guy, Oct 11, 2008 at 10:53 PM

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  1. gerry100

    Minister of Fire 2.

    May 16, 2008
    NY Capitol Region
    I don't know how you can get anything done with a 4 lb maul no matter how much they charge you for it.

    I read the specs' - Polyamide is Nylon an di don't belive the teflon coating will stay on forever.

    Get at least a 6 lb maul with a plastic handle. Touch up the edge on the grinding wheel once in a while and you'll be good.

    I can't remember when I got mine it's been so long but it's split a lot of wood with no problem. It was around $25, maybe $30 now. No reason to spend more than that.

    The wood won't know the difference.
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