dealscraftsman single bit axe with power shock for $14…

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Good deal. This tool is great for keeping fatties away from you bacon trees.

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@luisibarra81: just make sure they don't overpower you and use it against said trees

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Also noted on the website:
Online Only! One Day Final Price - $14.99 for this item Sold by Sears! Discount applied in cart. Offer ends 15-Sep-2010

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I thought shipping is free if you pick it up at the store. I was going to get one and pick it up but the the shipping was $8+.

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I got free shipping with in-store pickup. Added a little more with tax but far less than shipping. In for one. Thanks much!

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I ordered one site pick up. No shipping charge, only 75 cents tax so my total was $15.74 Total. Great find @hanar

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What's the DPS on this thing?

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@paxxor: Finally someone asks an important question

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just ordered one. going to pick it up later.

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Fiberglass handles are garbage. Wood may break, but can easily be replaced. Fiberglass is not stiff enough when actually used. IMO, of course.

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Prepare for the zombie apocalypse!!!

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Just ordered one for in store pick up. I've got a bunch of green wood that needs to get the AXE!!!

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Exactly what I need. Thanks!

- Jason Voorhees

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Shows it at $24.99 for me now. This one might have passed

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@namorama

So will this only hack through hollow-frame doors or will it handle solid-frame doors like the bathroom doors at the Overlook Hotel? :p

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Fiberglass handles are great, these things have a hell of a break rating, on top of that you don't need something "solid" to hold an ax bit, just something sturdy. It's not like it wobbles, keeps the aim straight and true, and you don't have to worry about it warping, or coming loose. And you can find fiberglass handles with epoxy kits anywhere, including wal-mart.

But you don't need to with this, being a Craftsman, and a hand tool, it falls under the life time warranty. If you happen to break any part of it, in-store instant replacement, or they send it out and they ship it right back to your door. These are well made though, I have this single, and a double blade ax. Good steel, properly heat treated, razor sharp still after 2-3 hardwoods.

Given the quality and the lifetime warranty, You couldn't find a better buy if you need an ax.