I don't know what you'd ever use something like that for, but if you want to buy something, just buy it. If you're looking for advice, it might be helpful to have additional information.
Personally, I've always preferred a solid 3.5 pound single bit axe for general utility. It can split, it can cut, it can pound in wedges while sawing and while not as well balanced as a double bit for cutting, the utility of the hammer side of things seems a worth while trade off.
I like The Professor's Trail Hawk because it still has a hammer side for utility, but it seems a bit light for the heavier camp work. To be fair, with the right length handle it might actually be put to the task of doing more than its weight in work.