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  • Det är två år sedan jag bilade stock med yxa senast. Och visst känns det lite ringrostigt att svinga de tunga yxorna. Men det ger god träning. Träden togs ned efter Alfridastormen och stockarna görs i ordning till sextumstimmer för ett kommande projekt #räddajordkällaren
  • Det är två år sedan jag bilade stock med yxa senast. Och visst känns det lite ringrostigt att svinga de tunga yxorna. Men det ger god träning. Träden togs ned efter Alfridastormen och stockarna görs i ordning till sextumstimmer för ett kommande projekt #räddajordkällaren

  •  183  10  2 July, 2019
  • Har alltid haft problem med att min Wetterlingsbila varit lite smal i skaftet. Gjorde ett snabbt experiment med att linda skaftet. Funkade utmärkt så jag beställde hem lite mera och lindade hela skaftet. Vi får se hur det känns efter en stomme #bilyxa #wetterlings #axe #paracordwrap #paracordwrapping
  • Har alltid haft problem med att min Wetterlingsbila varit lite smal i skaftet. Gjorde ett snabbt experiment med att linda skaftet. Funkade utmärkt så jag beställde hem lite mera och lindade hela skaftet. Vi får se hur det känns efter en stomme #bilyxa #wetterlings #axe #paracordwrap #paracordwrapping

  •  54  4  9 May, 2019
  • Någon som kan identifiera denna bilyxa, stämplad med ”16”. Vet att Wira bruk, Wetterlings och Kronyxa tillverkat liknade modell. #bilyxa #yxa #wetterlings #kronyxa #wirabruk
  • Någon som kan identifiera denna bilyxa, stämplad med ”16”. Vet att Wira bruk, Wetterlings och Kronyxa tillverkat liknade modell. #bilyxa #yxa #wetterlings #kronyxa #wirabruk

  •  8  5  11 August, 2018
  • Vad får Robert att bli riktigt glad? Jo, en ganska försenad födelsedagspresent gjord för mig, vänsterhänt som jag är #bilyxa #vänsterhänt #gensmide
  • Vad får Robert att bli riktigt glad? Jo, en ganska försenad födelsedagspresent gjord för mig, vänsterhänt som jag är #bilyxa #vänsterhänt #gensmide

  •  180  9  4 May, 2018
  • Lite blandat mönster när tre olika människor med tre olika erfarenhet bilar samma stock. Den som tar bort panelen i framtiden kommer inte kunna avläsa från vilken del av landet hantverkaren kommer ifrån. #bytasyll #byggnadsvård #timra #bilyxa
  • Lite blandat mönster när tre olika människor med tre olika erfarenhet bilar samma stock. Den som tar bort panelen i framtiden kommer inte kunna avläsa från vilken del av landet hantverkaren kommer ifrån. #bytasyll #byggnadsvård #timra #bilyxa

  •  13  0  6 February, 2018
  • #swedishsteelsaturday and today I have a hewing axe from Finspång, spelled Finspong in the maker's mark, to show you.
Once upon a time the Swedish king wanted to enhance the quality of the steel production in Sweden,  this was in the late 1500's early 1600's. There was an immigration of German millhammer blacksmiths going on but the rumours of the skills of the Wallonian ditto had reached the ears of the king. The owner of the Finspong ironworks, who were from Wallonian origin was given the mission to recruit Wallonian blacksmiths to the Swedish ironworks around the country.
This made the town Finspång the first stop in Sweden for most of all the Wallonians who came here to Sweden to prove their skills.  They came from the region which is still called Wallonia, which back then was a part of the Spanish Netherlands,  but nowadays is in the southern part of Belgium. Endless wars which had ruined the infrastructure of the country, all forests were devastated,  ie no charcoal,  made it impossible for them to perform their profession in their home country.  On top of that were they persecuted for their religion, the Calvinism,  but they could get religious freedom in Sweden. 
The Wallonians were spread over the country,  but they who stayed in Finspång made cannon balls and cannons for centuries,  and later on also axes.
The mark on the axe tells us it's from "gjutjärn", thus cast steel, if I remember correctly is the logotype a depiction of a cannon,  not certain though. 
It is sharpened with a single bevel,  and Yes, it's hung upside-down by certain reasons. .
#axejunkies #hewingaxe #bilyxa #Finspång #Finspong
  • #swedishsteelsaturday and today I have a hewing axe from Finspång, spelled Finspong in the maker's mark, to show you.
    Once upon a time the Swedish king wanted to enhance the quality of the steel production in Sweden, this was in the late 1500's early 1600's. There was an immigration of German millhammer blacksmiths going on but the rumours of the skills of the Wallonian ditto had reached the ears of the king. The owner of the Finspong ironworks, who were from Wallonian origin was given the mission to recruit Wallonian blacksmiths to the Swedish ironworks around the country.
    This made the town Finspång the first stop in Sweden for most of all the Wallonians who came here to Sweden to prove their skills. They came from the region which is still called Wallonia, which back then was a part of the Spanish Netherlands, but nowadays is in the southern part of Belgium. Endless wars which had ruined the infrastructure of the country, all forests were devastated, ie no charcoal, made it impossible for them to perform their profession in their home country. On top of that were they persecuted for their religion, the Calvinism, but they could get religious freedom in Sweden.
    The Wallonians were spread over the country, but they who stayed in Finspång made cannon balls and cannons for centuries, and later on also axes.
    The mark on the axe tells us it's from "gjutjärn", thus cast steel, if I remember correctly is the logotype a depiction of a cannon, not certain though.
    It is sharpened with a single bevel, and Yes, it's hung upside-down by certain reasons. .
    #axejunkies #hewingaxe #bilyxa #Finspång #Finspong

  •  280  9  9 December, 2017
  • Sådärja, då har bilyxan fått sig lite kärlek. Citronsyra, vinäger, vatten, stålull och 48h var det dags för slipning. #bilyxa #gbosliperi
  • Sådärja, då har bilyxan fått sig lite kärlek. Citronsyra, vinäger, vatten, stålull och 48h var det dags för slipning. #bilyxa #gbosliperi

  •  16  1  7 October, 2017
  • Någon som vet vem smeden är? Ser ut som det står SKOTT. En klassisk bilyxa. En ansenlig mängd höns har mist livet under denna. #bilyxa #axe #höns #broadaxe #skott
  • Någon som vet vem smeden är? Ser ut som det står SKOTT. En klassisk bilyxa. En ansenlig mängd höns har mist livet under denna. #bilyxa #axe #höns #broadaxe #skott

  •  13  0  28 September, 2017
  • Grovsågning för att få rätt höjd på stock nr 12, den "första" stocken på andra våningen. Sedan putsning med #bandkniv och #bilyxa för att få rätt yta. #gränsfors verktyg!
  • Grovsågning för att få rätt höjd på stock nr 12, den "första" stocken på andra våningen. Sedan putsning med #bandkniv och #bilyxa för att få rätt yta. #gränsfors verktyg!

  •  46  0  13 February, 2017

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  • Det är två år sedan jag bilade stock med yxa senast. Och visst känns det lite ringrostigt att svinga de tunga yxorna. Men det ger god träning. Träden togs ned efter Alfridastormen och stockarna görs i ordning till sextumstimmer för ett kommande projekt #räddajordkällaren
  • Det är två år sedan jag bilade stock med yxa senast. Och visst känns det lite ringrostigt att svinga de tunga yxorna. Men det ger god träning. Träden togs ned efter Alfridastormen och stockarna görs i ordning till sextumstimmer för ett kommande projekt #räddajordkällaren

  •  183  10  2 July, 2019
  • #swedishsteelsaturday and today I have a hewing axe from Finspång, spelled Finspong in the maker's mark, to show you.
Once upon a time the Swedish king wanted to enhance the quality of the steel production in Sweden,  this was in the late 1500's early 1600's. There was an immigration of German millhammer blacksmiths going on but the rumours of the skills of the Wallonian ditto had reached the ears of the king. The owner of the Finspong ironworks, who were from Wallonian origin was given the mission to recruit Wallonian blacksmiths to the Swedish ironworks around the country.
This made the town Finspång the first stop in Sweden for most of all the Wallonians who came here to Sweden to prove their skills.  They came from the region which is still called Wallonia, which back then was a part of the Spanish Netherlands,  but nowadays is in the southern part of Belgium. Endless wars which had ruined the infrastructure of the country, all forests were devastated,  ie no charcoal,  made it impossible for them to perform their profession in their home country.  On top of that were they persecuted for their religion, the Calvinism,  but they could get religious freedom in Sweden. 
The Wallonians were spread over the country,  but they who stayed in Finspång made cannon balls and cannons for centuries,  and later on also axes.
The mark on the axe tells us it's from "gjutjärn", thus cast steel, if I remember correctly is the logotype a depiction of a cannon,  not certain though. 
It is sharpened with a single bevel,  and Yes, it's hung upside-down by certain reasons. .
#axejunkies #hewingaxe #bilyxa #Finspång #Finspong
  • #swedishsteelsaturday and today I have a hewing axe from Finspång, spelled Finspong in the maker's mark, to show you.
    Once upon a time the Swedish king wanted to enhance the quality of the steel production in Sweden, this was in the late 1500's early 1600's. There was an immigration of German millhammer blacksmiths going on but the rumours of the skills of the Wallonian ditto had reached the ears of the king. The owner of the Finspong ironworks, who were from Wallonian origin was given the mission to recruit Wallonian blacksmiths to the Swedish ironworks around the country.
    This made the town Finspång the first stop in Sweden for most of all the Wallonians who came here to Sweden to prove their skills. They came from the region which is still called Wallonia, which back then was a part of the Spanish Netherlands, but nowadays is in the southern part of Belgium. Endless wars which had ruined the infrastructure of the country, all forests were devastated, ie no charcoal, made it impossible for them to perform their profession in their home country. On top of that were they persecuted for their religion, the Calvinism, but they could get religious freedom in Sweden.
    The Wallonians were spread over the country, but they who stayed in Finspång made cannon balls and cannons for centuries, and later on also axes.
    The mark on the axe tells us it's from "gjutjärn", thus cast steel, if I remember correctly is the logotype a depiction of a cannon, not certain though.
    It is sharpened with a single bevel, and Yes, it's hung upside-down by certain reasons. .
    #axejunkies #hewingaxe #bilyxa #Finspång #Finspong

  •  280  9  9 December, 2017
  • Vad får Robert att bli riktigt glad? Jo, en ganska försenad födelsedagspresent gjord för mig, vänsterhänt som jag är #bilyxa #vänsterhänt #gensmide
  • Vad får Robert att bli riktigt glad? Jo, en ganska försenad födelsedagspresent gjord för mig, vänsterhänt som jag är #bilyxa #vänsterhänt #gensmide

  •  180  9  4 May, 2018