While many of the traditional manufacturers of woodsman tools have long gone out of business, the Peavey Company of Eddington, Maine has continued since 1857 to offer a solid line of fine, heavy-duty tools. The Bangor Peavey was invented by J. Henry Peavey, grandson of Joseph, in 1873.
The socket and pick of this Peavey are forged into one piece, thereby eliminating any shoulder where the socket and pick meet. This is the strongest most durable Peavey and is the favorite on jobs involving prying and lifting. Fitted with 2 3/8" diameter quality hardwood handles and a Western Duck Bill Hook.
This Peavey is available in five different handle-lengths to ensure the log handler is able to make short work of rolling, lifting and nudging heavy, ungainly logs.
Essential for any work involving heavy logs.