Farson Hatchet: Unique Bushcraft Survival Tool with Many Uses

Published on Sep 19, 2014
Pretty unique, eh? Yeah it is. The Farson Hatchet from Fremont Knives is a compact and light-weight outdoor tool useful for chopping, slicing, skinning, and many other tasks. The shape is modeled after an ancient tool that the Fremont Knives team found out West – they just gave it a modern-twist. With the included paracord you’ve got another helpful item included in your kit.
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