American Made Firfighting Axes


We are compiling an ever growing list of American Firefighting Axe Manufacturers & Brands.


This list may include firefighting axes produced and assembled from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.


US Firefighting Axe Manufacturer & Brands List

If a company listing contains an orange heading then those will contain links to retailers where you can buy firefighting axes on-line, and there may be offerings from multiple retailers for the same items.

View the list and pick a company, brand or item, find details on products and retailers, also please take a few minutes and visit the manufacturers, thank you.

Page created Sept 24, 2015, and the listings last reviewed 11/21/2016 by

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Barco

These are the finest quality US made axes available. The Kelly Perfect® features a full polished head with deep bevels to reduce binding of the head in the wood, painted a distinctive blue, while the Kelly Woodslasher® line is painted red with polished edge.


Council Tool

Council Tool offers the country’s premier line of heavy-duty, American-made tools for forestry applications and for fighting wildfires. We also serve industries ranging from law enforcement to landscaping—any industry that requires heavy-duty hand tools.


Leatherhead Tools

In early 2007, Dasco Pro, Inc., a quality hand tool manufacturer since 1922 and one of the last remaining hand tool forging companies in the United States, turned their attention to the tools being used by fire and rescue personnel. After visiting several firehouses nearby in Rockford (IL) and consulting with area firefighters, they realized that there were many professional firefighters, rescue personnel, and departments, and municipalities looking for innovative products at a better price.




Some of the companies listed in this directory that make tools here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.

Lists of other USA made hand tools.