Wasn’t my intention to make you envious… not dancing a little jig and saying “neener neener”… well, maybe a little… :)

Did some looking for you. Yes, cruiser axes are still made today. Gransfors Bruks still makes one, but it’s bucks. So does Velvicut. A cruiser axe has a head about 6″ long, give or take, and a weight of 2 to 2.5 lbs. If you can find an axe head on FeeBay that meets this criteria, then alls you need is a haft. And yes, they do still make cruiser hafts for these things… out of good old american hickory. You could put together a damn fine axe (Plumb, Kelly True Temper Flint Edge, Collins, etc) for about 50 bucks. Dress and stone the edges and stitch up a nice leather sheath for it… it would last 100 years, with care…

The wicked flee when none pursueth..." - Proverbs 28:1