The Comanche Indian Tribe originating in the South West of the United States- were well known for their ferocity and being very formidable opponents who developed strategies for fighting on horseback with traditional weapons.
A report published in tactical knives magazine, written by Ralph Mroz and photos by Jeff Randall...said:
These are sharp tools with which you could chop a branch, dig a hole, cut open metal drums, pry open a door, or punch a lock. TOPS Knives are good for tasks like that. Two that especially fill the bill are the “Commanche Hawke” and the “Durango Hawke.”
The deep primary grind and curved wedge gives the knife a dramatic appearance. The knife has a point, yet the shape of the blade is almost hoof-like, making this an uncommon-looking piece of equipment. The overall feel is substance.
Blade Length: 5 1/4"
O/A Length: 10 1/4"
Cutting Edge: 4 5/8"
Blade Color: Black Traction Coating
Steel: 1095 High Carbon Alloy RC-58
Handle Material: Black Linen Micarta®
Sheath: Ballistic Nylon
Weight w/ Sheath: 16.8oz
Mfg. Handcrafted in the USA
WOLFHAWK Hunter Point (Paracord Handle)