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Does this design have a particular name, being concave on the end instead of coming to a point?  I see a lot of these being made from old wrenches.

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That's the type used in cutting competitions, so I usually refer to them as competition choppers...  If they have an official name I don't know it.

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A dropping point like that is usually something like a wharncliffe or sheepsfoot, but I suppose those are more convex of a drop...

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the blade shape is similar to a parang, but the handles are a pretty generic western style...

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