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The Importance of Values

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    Dustincoc
    Pro
    Madrid, NY

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    #232066

    Long video watch .

    Always willing to learn .

    #232101

    Really interesting video. Seems like they have a similar philosophy to Festool. Look like some really quality axes though – http://www.gransforsbruk.com/en/ – almost too nice to use and abuse

    John S

    #232105

    staker
    Pro

    I have one of there axes, I don’t use it as it is a little small and light to be a bush mans axe.

    #232142

    jstare
    Pro
    Langley, BC

    I have used one of these axes a little bit before and seen a few in person an they are great axes. They definitely aren’t cheap but I would like to get one of their splitting axes at some point for up at the cabin.

    #232174

    hgonzalez7
    Pro
    San Antonio, Texas

    Informative video @dustincoc, thanks!

    Bert

    #232235

    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Thank you for the video.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #232262

    ProTom
    Pro
    Bear Lake, MI

    Thanks for the long video.
    Values are good to have.

    Always learning, and some teaching along the way.

    #232655

    Long, yes. But made me a believer in their products.

    #232731

    jstare
    Pro
    Langley, BC

    It is nice to see that some companies still take the time to do things right and take pride in their work.

    #237486

    Rob
    Pro
    Birmingham, Alabama

    I enjoyed his presentation, thanks
    Man, he sure did talk funny!

    #237491

    Anonymous

    Yeah he does talk funny, And he’s really windy to go along with it.

    #237671

    Dustincoc
    Pro
    Madrid, NY

    I enjoyed his presentation, thanks
    Man, he sure did talk funny!

    Yeah he does talk funny, And he’s really windy to go along with it.

    Well, he is Swedish and English is his second language… As he says, he understands everything he says…

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    #237692

    jdw1865
    Pro
    Dewey, OK

    As he says, he understands everything he says…

    I will have to remember that when someone says huh to my mismatch of Western twang, southern drawl, and cajun influenced accent.

    #300472

    Anonymous

    Good to see someone who puts stock in what they do.

    #715552

    I discovered this post only yesterday. I see you’ve thought about many instruments earlier than us. But I don’t expect you to end your discussion on the specific matter so soon. Can’t you please share more of your insights into it? Thanks a lot!

    https://powertoolsgudie.com/best-axes/

    #715828

    Doobie
    Pro

    I discovered this post only yesterday. I see you’ve thought about many instruments earlier than us. But I don’t expect you to end your discussion on the specific matter so soon. Can’t you please share more of your insights into it? Thanks a lot!

    https://powertoolsgudie.com/best-axes/

    What do you think @chadm…..spam?

    New member of 17 days ago, this one post only. The thread was into discusiing axes. Dunno…..looks fishy. Maybe giving his post ‘The Axe’ is in order, not sure. Lol!

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