The tree is on the ground, the lumberman puts the cut on the trunk, on the thick side, takes the handle or the globe in his right hand, the shaft in his left and pushes the tool forward. The sphere makes the tool heavier and provides a better grip. The shaft is about one meter long.
The first has a blunt and much less broad blade. Its handling is different: the barking shovel slides along the trunk, the barking iron is pushed sideways between wood and bark. The bill hook has a shorter and less broad blade on a much longer shaft. [MOT]
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