Everyone knows that real mean shave with an axe. Ask any woodsman or lumberjack. It’s just what real men do. The Straight Razor Warrior Axe Razor lets any man shave like a serious tough guy.
It’s a razor in the form of a mini axe.
If you’re looking for a single tool to keep in your bugout bag, the Off Grid Survival Axe is an excellent choice. It combines a number of useful tools for both the real world and whatever post-apocalyptic world you can image, be it zombies, robots, or even killer cars.
Sorry fidgeters, I don’t get the whole fidget thing and I think it’s stupid. So I was happy to see someone take an axe to one of these fidget toys to see what’s inside. If I could, I would destroy them all so that no one could ever fidget again.
Yep, this axe has a handle filled with gummy bears. Why? Why not? It was made by Peter Brown of YouTube channel Shop Time. The dude clearly likes gummy bears.
He first made a mold for the axe handle, then filled it full of gummy bears and resin.
Swinging an axe is the conventional way to chop firewood, but as with any sharp tool, it can be pretty dangerous. If you have firewood to chop, and don’t like the idea of swinging a sharp axe, there is another solution.
When you think about how long the axe has been around, it’s really amazing that no one has thought of this before – at least that I’m aware of. This invention makes the axe twice as effective and efficient at chopping wood.
Guns are great for taking out hordes of zombies from a distance, but what happens when you run out of ammo or if they get too close? No problem. With these tactical firearm axe heads you can quickly transition from ranged attacks to direct zombie-chopping action.
You’ve got your hands – or wrist – on a replica of the hidden blade. Now pretend to be any of the Assassins from the Brotherhood. But if you’re aiming for a Connor impression, you’ll also need this: a replica of his distinctive tomahawk.
If you are shopping for a new weapon that will behead undead Zombies and immortals alike, there can be only one DIY project for you and this is it. The aptly named Louisville Decapitron will make short work of necks so that heads roll cleanly off of gently falling bodies.