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Survival Gear – Splitting Mauls

Survival Gear – Splitting Mauls
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Splitting mauls are different from an axe.  The maul is heavier and wider then and axe and usually has a dull edge.  The back side of the maul is sometimes flat so a sledge hammer can be used to drive it through blocks of wood.

Every survivalist should have a way to cut firewood in their tools.  In this case its an axe, machete for cutting small limbs a sledge hammer and a splitting maul.

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