Win a STIHL Forestry Hatchet

May 4, 2017

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Subscribe or re-subscribe to SA Forestry magazine now and you could win this fantastic Special Edition Forestry Hatchet from STIHL.

Admirers of exclusive quality craftsmanship will appreciate this special edition forestry hatchet. Featuring a '1926' imprint signifying the year STIHL was founded, it embodies the tradition and sustainability of the STIHL brand.

The axe head is hand-forged from a special high-quality steel and the handle, made from mountain ash, is double waxed.

Each tool comes with an embossed individual production number making it a unique and one-of-a-kind object as well as leather cutting edge protection.

Competition rules
All new subscriptions and renewals received between 13th April 2017 and 15th June 2017 will be entered into the lucky-draw competition. The winner will be announced in the June 2017 issue of SA Forestry.

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