Preview: LA Police Gear Freedom Axe

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posted on October 17, 2021
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L.A. Police Gear, headquartered in Valencia, Calif., offers outdoor enthusiasts a robust and versatile survival tool in its Freedom Axe. Designed to shrug off the elements and hard use, the compact Freedom Axe is constructed from 3Cr13 stainless steel and features durable, water-resistant Pakkawood scales that include milled channels for enhanced user purchase.

The Freedom Axe measures 12” long and boasts full-tang construction; a 3”-wide cutting edge at the head is supplied along with a pick that is incorporated into its butt. The stainless steel head thickness measures 3/16” that tapers to a tang that measures 7/8”. The Axe also features a lanyard hole in its knob. Overall weight comes to 19.2 ozs.

L.A. Police Gear includes a head-covering sheath, constructed of nylon, that supplies users with a sewn-in strap for up to 1.5” belts. A hook-and-loop fastening strap secures the sheath into position along with a series of push snaps. Adding a bit of patriotic flare to the Freedom Axe is an American flag that has been etched into each side of the unit’s head. The economical hatchet’s steel surfaces have also been given a stonewashed finish. Retail price is set for $30.

For more information about the Freedom Axe, visit lapolicegear.com.

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