Ok, I've made this some time ago and forgot to share the pictures here! (Bad BV! Bad BV!) A design for hammergrip, I would say that has characteristics from the moorhammer and rambone (since we are in the middle of a rambone fever). The wood is what we call here "demolition wood", pieces of a really strong hardwood (various species) that are boiled in oil industrially to make them weather proof, to be used in railroads. Is a heavy, hard to work piece. Lineseed finish. The name came from a Brazilian giant wasp.