I'm building a Ranger(Scout) for an upcoming campaign and I was wondering if, while using gauntlet-axe, I would be able to Make two handed attacks using versatile weapons (such as the bastard sword)? In the builder it won't let me, but it also doesn't let you slot the gauntlet-axe into the arms slot which the compendium explicitly says you an do. It has shield like qualities, but doesn't actually fall into the shield weapon group. I also am assuming that it functions like wrist razors and spiked knuckles. I'd appreciate the folks here to weigh-in before I talk to my DM about it. For the purposes of this question I am talking about a mundane gauntlet-axe without an enchantment.
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