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If you fall or trip, toss the ax away from you. Carry a double-bit ax at your side. Carrying an ax on your shoulder is asking for trouble, especially in the woods or on rough trails. Don’t do it. Keep track of your ax. Be careful where and how you lay it down, and remember where it is. If you must leave your ax unsheathed, lay it flat with the edge toward a solid object like a log or a wall (Figure 75). Serious accidents are caused by stumbling over or falling on a carelessly placed ax. For temporary safe storage, stick a single-bit ax in a log or a stump.
Natural Arkansas sharpening stones also work. 27 Getting the Hang of It Fit your file with a guard to protect your hands (Figure 64). The guards, which keep your fin-gers away from the sharpened ax blade, can be made from leather, wood, or a piece of fire hose. Figure 64 34% 3 3/8 x 2 11/16 10 x 8 Print to Outside Edge of Borders PRINT Borders Figure 64—File guards help keep your fingers away from the sharpened ax blade. Clamp the ax to the bench at a comfortable height (Figure 65). Put on gloves to protect your hands.
An Ax to Grind: A Practical Ax Manual by Bernie Weisgerber