There are many reasons why people choose to carry an axe with them. Some people do it for self-defense, some for survival purposes, and others just because they like the idea of having an axe on their person at all times.
The type of axe you carry is dependent on your reason for carrying one in the first place. If you’re looking to carry a tactical-style axe, then there are a few tips and tricks that will help make sure it’s carried correctly as well as what not to do when carrying one with you.
What is the best way to carry an axe with you? Do you need a case for it? Is it ok to stick it in your pack or should I strap it on my back? These are some of the questions that we get asked when someone wants to know how they can carry their axes safely and efficiently. In this blog post, we will discuss all of these important considerations so that you know how to best use your axe!
Carry an axe over the shoulder method
Carrying an axe over the shoulder is a tried and true tradition that has been passed down from generation to generation. It’s also one of the most effective methods for transporting your axe safely without having it get caught on limbs, brush, or other objects in the forest.
- Hold the axe in your dominant hand.
- Place the head of the axe on your shoulder so that it is pointing up and out away from you, with the blade edge facing down.
- Keep your arm straight and hold onto the handle tightly.
- Walk at a normal pace
How to carry an axe on your back?
It is important to know how to carry an axe on your back. Why? Because it’s a critical part of using the tool safely and effectively.
1. Hold the head of the axe with your right hand, and hold the shaft with your left hand.
2. Put one strap over each shoulder so that they cross in front of you
3. Pull both straps tight to make sure it’s secure.
How to carry an axe?
How to carry an axe on your hand?
Carrying an axe on your hand is a vital part of camping and other outdoor activities. It can be difficult to carry the large, heavy tool around all day while you’re playing.
1. Hold the axe by the handle with your dominant hand
2. Grip the head of the axe with your other hand, keeping it in a horizontal position and away from you
3. Place your thumb on top of the blade to keep it from cutting into your fingers
4. Keep both hands as close together as possible while still holding onto each end
Can you carry an AXE UK?
No you may not carry an axe in a public place. You can only legally be in possession of an axe if it is for your own use, such as chopping wood or getting firewood from the woods. In these situations, axes must be carried with care and never used against people or animals. Auxiliary blades (such as those on a chainsaw), which are pointed but not sharpened, have less stringent legal restrictions on their carriage and handling than do ordinary axes.”
Can you carry an AXE United States?
In the United States, carrying an axe is legal so long as it is being carried on private property with the intent to use it for a lawful purpose.
Can you carry an AXE England?
An axe may be owned and possessed by any person over 18 years of age without a licence where either:
(a) It forms part of equipment used in agriculture farming forestry or related occupations; or
(b) The following conditions are met:
The axe has its cutting edge enclosed by a sheath which shall not exceed 12 inches (30 cm) in length from nose to tail when measured along the blade. The sheath must also extend at least one inch above all parts of the handle such that they could have contact with anything being cut.
What are some other countries you CAN carry an AXE?
In France: “It may also be possessed without further authorization at age 18” In Canada: “Axe blades less than 50 cm long are legal” In Ireland: “In Ireland, possession of an axe in public without lawful authority or reasonable excuse is a criminal offence. Possession includes carrying on the person’s own premises.”
So now, you know how to carry an axe on hand, on your back, and on your shoulder safely. If you are still unsure, it is always best to consult a professional.
Do not chop with the blade edge; do not use for digging or splitting wood- this isn’t an axe and that’s what they’re made for!
Keep the sharp side away from any bones of people or animals when carrying; don’t stick yourself by accident! And finally, remember that axes can be dangerous if handled improperly so try your best to stay safe when using one. Remember- safety first!