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Power and aesthetics combine to make an epic tomahawk. The Hammer Hawk is anything but a normal tomahawk. Throughout the design process, each feature was carefully thought out. It’s a full-tang, 3/8” thick piece of 1075, so it is not meant to be a light-weight ax. The 4.5" cutting edge is large enough to perform chopping tasks that most smaller hatchets will not accomplish. The hammer on the back end is also hardened to be used when you need to smash instead of cut. The thick Green Canvas Micarta handles are nicely rounded and go most of the way up the tang to provide for multiple grip options.
The 2-piece leather sheath was also carefully considered. First, the blade cover is separate from the belt frog so that it can be carried on the belt or in a pack. It has two snaps to keep it in place even if you're walking through thick brush. Second, the frog allows you to insert and remove the belt from your hip without removing a belt clip. It's shaped in a way that balances the ax well, and it also includes a pocket to fit the optional TOPS Backup knife or small skeletonized knife of your choice.
This is a serious camp tool that doubles as a survival tool. Keep one in your truck or in your bug-out-bag. You'll be glad you did.
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade, Axe|
|Blade Steel||1075 RC 56-58|
|Blade Finish||Tungsten Cerakote|
|Handle Material||Green Canvas Micarta|
|Weight w/ Sheath||42.3oz|
|Sheath Material||Brown Leather|
|Sheath Clip||Blade Cover with Frog|
- This is your Huckleberry
This thing is ridiculous. It cuts, it chops, it shaves, it carves (within reason), it fights…
This is not an axe or hatchet. Best description I can give it is as a beast of a tomahawk. It is fairly heavy but works well at any task I have thrown at it. The grip points along the very well shaped handle are well laid out and fairly comfortable even when choking up to carve, and the edge is wicked. The balance is very good for such a heavy tool and is quite a joy for feather sticking, and surprisingly good at doing so producing super tight curls. It batons like a champ, chops fairly well, and would do great as a self defense weapon if you ever need to go full beast mode. Hammer is narrow, but sufficient to get the job done. The sheath system is great and even holds the backup securely in place with a thin Kydex sleeve.
The backup is a great little knife too, small but very sharp and very capable. (Posted on 1/11/2023)