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    Cool long-hafted axe

    Does it mean an axe with a long hilt?

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    Re: long-hafted axe

    Haft Meaning and Definition - so I would say yes.


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    Re: long-hafted axe

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    Does it mean an axe with a long hilt?

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    Axes do not have hilts, but hafts. So it is long in the haft, unlike a hatchet which is short in the haft.

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