Finnish army wartime billhook.
The billhook is a traditional multitool in forestry. Similar in uses to a machete, it is a tool between a Puukko knife and an axe. It is best used for debranching trees. Finnish army issued 1 of these per infantry squad, at least in theory.
The blade is in great shape and still sharp. The shaft is original and also in great shape, although a bit wobbly.
There is a Billnäs manufacturer stamp on the blade handle and a couple of SA army property stamps on the blade.
See details from photos.