Splitting Axe vs. Maul: Which One is Better?
It's an ongoing debate Splitting
, but first, what are the differences between them?
has a head with thin cheeks and a sharp blade.
Swinging an axe downwards splits the wood
along the grains
and breaks apart the fibers, unlike traditional axes, which go across.
are heavier and have long handles.
Due to the width of the head, a splitting maul is
a lot more efficient
at cutting wood than an axe.
Consider their different advantages which are explained further in the article before making any buying decision.
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