OK, I swiped the idea.
Since you can't buy a decent pulphook any more even from China, take a zipdisk to the one you have that won't hold a point, and a Ramset nail.
Drill into the hook & insert the Ramset pin with a drop of the favored welding material of SlowFlushingTurds, JB Weld, and you have something decent.
Might be able to get one through Baileys online. I got one from Northern and it was just fair. It had a wooden handle with a pin going through the center that would let the handle spin. Can't have that so I cut the handle out and replaced it with a piece of 3/4" pipe. Cut the pipe to length then heat and beat into an oval shape then weld in place. Much better.
Next tool is the 36" Fiskars splitting axe.
Jury seems pretty evenly split on the Fiskars between love & hate.
I've used the Fiskars 28" splitting axe. Great tool but handle is too short. Strong enough to stand up to even the most abusive users, unless of course it's a commercial fishermen. They can break anything. I still will get the 36" and maybe the 14" hatchet. Damn handy tools in the woods.