By potato, on 28 April, 2015 at 18:03
Hello,i am from today the happy possesor of a GB Wildlife Hatchet,i love everything at it,but as the topic title says i want to know why some products are marked bruk while other bruks?!i am now researching some diferences between axes from same model just because i like them so much.Thanks,and congrats your products are for sure the best in this domain,i will surely buy some more models.Scary sharp :).
By E.duBois, on 15 July, 2015 at 08:49
This has been a question nagging at me as well. Once I asked a Swedish friend about the meaning and he just smiled at me, the way they do like that, and said “I don’t know”, meaning ” I can’t give you the answer you are looking for”. I’ll make a guess based on how I have seen the word used in other places: Bruk
By axeman, on 15 July, 2015 at 14:58
Here is some explanations for your concerns in this issue with the “S”!!
Gränsfors = a small village in Sweden
Bruk = an old Swedish word for factory
AB = Ltd / Inc
In speech the company name it’s only Gränsfors Bruk, the “s” it’s only a link to AB so in English it would be Gränsfors Bruk’s AB.
I hope that explains the most of it.
- This reply was modified 4 years ago by axeman.
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