Council Tool

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  • 2.25 Boy’s Axe 24″

    $44.95

    2.25 lb. Dayton axe head outfitted with a 24″ curved hickory handle. Popularly referred to as a “boy’s” axe. A “mid” sized tool. Dayton pattern originated from the Dayton, Ohio, area.

  • 2.25 Boy’s Axe 28″

    $44.95

    • 2.25 lb. Dayton axe head outfitted with a 28″ curved hickory handle. Popularly referred to as a “boy’s” axe. A “mid” sized tool. Dayton pattern originated from the Dayton, Ohio, area.

  • 2lb Hudson Bay Axe 18″

    $52.95

    2 lb. Hudson Bay Axe head outfitted with an 18″ curved hickory handle. One-handed camp axe. Used for light splitting, chopping, driving tent pegs, etc. The pattern is thought to have originated from “Biscayan” in Northern Spain, near France. French traders used this hand axe as a trade tool in their dealings with Native Americans for fur and other commodities in the Hudson Bay area, St. Lawrence River, and other trade routes.



  • 2lb Hudson Bay Axe 28″

    $54.95

    2lb. Hudson Bay Axe head outfitted with a curved hickory handle. Two-handed camp axe, 26″ overall length . Used for light splitting, chopping, driving tent pegs, etc. The pattern is thought to have originated from “Biscayan” in Northern Spain, near France. French traders used this hand axe as a trade tool in their dealings with Native Americans for fur and other commodities in the Hudson Bay area, St. Lawrence River, and other trade routes.





  • 3.5lb Jersey Pattern Axe |...

    $50.95

    3.5# Jersey pattern single bit axe with a 36″ Curved handle. Sometimes referred to as a “Baltimore Jersey” pattern, this shape features lugs or ears which increase the surface contact area with the handle. The geographic origins are self explanatory. The earlier Kentucky and North Carolina patterns were somewhat similar. A full sized felling axe for general axe chores. Cutting edge is approximately 5” in overall length and the poll is square. Forged tool steel head. Made in USA.

  • 3.5lb Jersey Pattern...

    $50.95

    3.5# Jersey pattern single bit axe with a 36″ straight handle. Sometimes referred to as a “Baltimore Jersey” pattern, this shape features lugs or ears which increase the surface contact area with the handle. The geographic origins are self explanatory. The earlier Kentucky and North Carolina patterns were somewhat similar. A full sized felling axe for general axe chores. Cutting edge is approximately 5” in overall length and the poll is square. Forged tool steel head. Made in USA.

  • Council Tool Handles

    $18.95

    Standard Replacement Handles

    Made fine quality Hickory wood. The wooden replacement handles are kiln dried to below 10% moisture content to prevent shrinkage. Made in USA. 

    Velvicut® Replacement Handles

    Velvicut® handles are the finest replacement handles available.  The handles are chosen for their premium grain orientation and density and are all Grade “A” American hickory.   All Premium handles come with a coat of boiled linseed oil.  Handles must be oiled regularly to prevent drying and loosening. Made in USA.

  • Standard Sheath (Small)

    $15.95

    Leather bit guard for single bit axe. 

  • Standard Sheath (Large)

    $17.95

    Leather bit guard for single bit axe. 

  • Boy's Axe Velvicut Sheath...

    $34.00

    Velvicut leather sheath provides full coverage to protect the tool and user. 

  • Leather Sheath for Hudson...

    $34.95

    Black leather sheath for Hudson Bay axes.

  • Hudson Bay Velvicut Sheath...

    $34.95

    Velvicut leather sheath provides full coverage to protect the tool and user.