外围体育投注I write this question knowing full well that I’ll get laughed at by all the axe snobs, BUT:
外围体育投注I have a cheap, ColdSteel Norse Hawk, which has a hole for a screw in the back (why they’re made that way, I don’t know). I was planning on bringing just the head along for a backpacking trip, as it’s easy enough to fashion a rudimentary handle once at the campsite.
外围体育投注BUT: this tomahawk head doesn’t have a hardened poll, making it useless for driving in tent stakes.
外围体育投注My question is this: would it be mechanically feasible to use the random hole in the back to screw a block of wood or some other hard surface to the butt side of this head to use as a poll? Would using it like this warp the tomahawk eye?
外围体育投注I fully realize that this is a problem I could easily solve by just buying the right axe. BUT, because McGyvering things is still fun even when better/more sophisticated solutions exist, how feasible do you think this would be?