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PostPosted: 28 Jul 2017, 03:31 
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I want good all around blade for ox chopping.. can you advice me which one is good?

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PostPosted: 28 Jul 2017, 06:55 
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mwvadi77 wrote:
I want good all around blade for ox chopping.. can you advice me which one is good?

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Most defensive blades are good. But also an ordinary allround, like Stiga Classic Allround, works ok. But if you want to chop and be able to generate some spin you need long dwell time and slow pips. Victas Koji Matsushita is nice. But Gustaf Ericsson as mentioned above is now using Stiga Clipper wood with Dornenglanz ox, which would be the opposite of what I just said ;).

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mwvadi77 wrote:
I want good all around blade for ox chopping.. can you advice me which one is good?

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Most defensive blades are good. But also an ordinary allround, like Stiga Classic Allround, works ok. But if you want to chop and be able to generate some spin you need long dwell time and slow pips. Victas Koji Matsushita is nice. But Gustaf Ericsson as mentioned above is now using Stiga Clipper wood with Dornenglanz ox, which would be the opposite of what I just said ;).

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will yasaka sweden defensive be good for ox chopping?


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will yasaka sweden defensive be good for ox chopping?


Should be ideal for it. There are some review comments about the shortness of the handle which may or may not be an issue for you.

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