A Storm is Brewing
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If you would have been around from, oh say 793 AD – 1066, the Seax would have been just as much a part of you as cell phones are today. Young, old, big, small, rich, or poor this tool served as a go-to option for just about everyone and it proved to be just as useful around the house as it was on the battlefield.The Seax was traditionally anywhere from around 8” all the way up to 30”, our version has 12” cutting edge, an overall length of 18.25”, and is made out of ¼ inch thick 1095 High carbon steel with our Sniper Gray finish.
We chose not to use the bones of our enemies to make our handles and went with Black Canvas Micarta and blue G10 liners instead. We housed our Storm Vector in a black Kydex sheath with an exposed spine and a black leather dangler to give it some mobility. So, when you decide to unleash your inner Warrior, this is the blade for you.
|1095 RC 56-58
|Black Canvas Micarta w/ Blue G10 Liner
|Weight w/ Sheath
- Took two years but it was worth the wait.
Took two years but it was worth the wait. Ergonomic are great, handle very comfortable,
its lighter then expected, and seems smaller then invisioned, but in a good way very wieldy. Chops good with the high flat grind. Love the blue liners, need more models with the blue liners.
The only complaint I have is the edge. The edge is wavy. The first I have seen from Tops. Probly a new guy, or someone just not on their game. I understand it but imo that's a flaw that should not make it through the QC. (Posted on 1/23/2023)
- Perfect compliment to my Vi-Axe. Besides the obvious zombie apocalypse defense uses, this one makes if fun to cut branches away from fallen trees. Ergonomics are great, feels great in the hand. My son cleared the branches on 5 fallen trees for me, he tried to claim it as his own. This thing is cool, and fun to use. Great color scheme. Still sharp after a full day of chopping wood and clearing trees in the backyard. (Posted on 1/26/2021)