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600G Hickory Axe - now £4.89 @ Argos! (was £9.79) £4.99

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[mod] 7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
Stock may be limited, but I have just checked my 10 local stores and they all have stock.

* Handle length 360mm.
* Axe head made of carbon steel.
* Size (H)36, (W)15, (D)2.5cm.
* Weight 860g.


* NOTE: It is illegal to sell this item to under 18 year of age.
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#1
:viking:
#2
As seen on TV - Careful with that axe Eugene!

http://media.bonnint.net/birg/0/65/6524.jpg
#3
I'm after one of these for the ex ;-) heat added!
1 Like #4
That's "Borden" on the ridiculous....:-D
#5
I first read the spot as 'victory' axe .. :S
#6
i've always wanted a big chopper :whistling:
#7
Not sure i want to be seen buying one of these i live in Hertfordshire
1 Like #8
You could buy the axe, calmly unwrap it instore and then walk over to the till to demand the contents - do they still do the free vouchers? :thumbsup:
1 Like #9
This, a cheap £9 Travelodge room and a Stephen King novel. Thats the weekend sorted.
#10
Just what I need for those pesky clients - Voted hot!
#11
I think the OP is gonna get the Chop.
#12
http://media.bonnint.net/birg/0/65/6524.jpg[/QUOTE]


"OK - where do we bury her afterwards?" :w00t: :w00t: :w00t:
#13
My missus said she wanted a new chopper, nearly throttled me when I said what's wrong with mine ?
#14
Is this enough to cut through a tree?
#15
Already posted by this guy

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/leicestershire/7975989.stm

but now hes locked up so i guess its ok to post again lol

that was quite sick, sorry folks :p
#16
Sammy86;5012465
Is this enough to cut through a tree?


If the trees as thick as you, no.

sorry, couldnt resist :p
#17
Shezza 1971
I'm after one of these for the ex ;-) heat added!


LOL Beat me to it!
#18
:viking::viking:
:viking::viking:
#19
Quidco 1.5%....
banned#20
Muhahahah now she will respect me!!!!!!
#21
heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeere's johnny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#22
600G.....I need the extra hard drive space...does it come with a USB point :-)
#23
brehaut;5013257
600G.....I need the extra hard drive space...does it come with a USB point :-)



Yes It does but USB 3.0 :p
#24
Has anyone used one of these to dispose of a body? Can you confirm it will cut through OK, say into binbag sized pieces. Thanks.
#25
brehaut
600G.....I need the extra hard drive space...does it come with a USB point :-)


Certainly take some "Bytes" out of anythig you fancy :p
#26
is it lightweight?
#27
belovedmonster
Has anyone used one of these to dispose of a body? Can you confirm it will cut through OK, say into binbag sized pieces. Thanks.


Maybe this chap can help.
http://www.metro.co.uk/news/world/article.html?Cannibal_axe_killer_eats_friend&in_article_id=600285&in_page_id=64
#28
Cyrus
Already posted by this guy

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/leicestershire/7975989.stm

but now hes locked up so i guess its ok to post again lol

that was quite sick, sorry folks :p


very sick, thought it was something out of the sopranos
#29
manateemike
This, a cheap £9 Travelodge room and a Stephen King novel. Thats the weekend sorted.


lol, love it!
#30
Cyrus
If the trees as thick as you, no.

sorry, couldnt resist :p


Yes, thanks for pointing out my error. :roll:
But the question still stands, it's an oak tree with an approximate diameter of 0.5 metres, will the axe do the job?
#31
are these the same brand as them sutcliffe hammers?? yorkshire oak shaft constructed in bradford tested in leeds??
#32
I wanted 2 of these, and luckily got the last 2 in stock at Oxford Botley.

The lasy who handed the to me, said "OH MY GOD! what do you want these for."

So i replied, "in case i get bored"

She looked a little worried.

These axes are well built and good quality. well worth £5, any day!
#33
Sammy86
Yes, thanks for pointing out my error. :roll:
But the question still stands, it's an oak tree with an approximate diameter of 0.5 metres, will the axe do the job?


It states in the original post that this is a Hickory axe, you'd need an Oak axe for your tree.
#34
I have no idea why I find this Axe post ................. so funny.
#35
Cyrus
If the trees as thick as you, no.

sorry, couldnt resist :p
Rotflmao!:-D
#36
Sammy86
Yes, thanks for pointing out my error. :roll:
But the question still stands, it's an oak tree with an approximate diameter of 0.5 metres, will the axe do the job?



This is a hand axe by the looks of it, you really need a bigger chopper for your tree!
#37
Bargain. I bought one of these myself a few weeks ago for a tenner, and they're great fun to play with. It's not massively powerful and it takes multiple thwacks to cut down shrubs, but as hand-size axes go, it's great. Just don't expect to take down that 90 year old silver birch with a single swipe.

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