Recently, I was at a site where some volunteers were hewing some logs for a small house that would hopefully represent a settlement house of their area.
One volunteer was using a board axe that he owned and claimed was fitted with a handle that was "field reversible". That is he could just pull the wedge in the handle end and reverse the head so that it could hang the other way. That way he could hew either left handed or right handed as he felt the need.
Him seemed to think that this was a standard "feature" that this head and handle were made this way on purpose.
Being new to broad axes and handles, I had never seen or heard of such a thing.
I was wondering if anyone else out there in hewing world has heard of such a thing?