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Home Products Model 1 - Hickory

Price$150.00
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Overview

The classic Tomahawk is back. Made in Chattanooga, TN USA, the Model 1 features a 1060 steel head and hickory handle. Kydex sheath. The sheath includes a snap to secure the tomahawk into the sheath, as well as including two drop-carry belt straps. Has a small nick in the blade edge, otherwise excellent condition.

Product Details

Blade Length 2.5

Overall Length 14

Weight (oz) 19.6

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Has Sheath

Blade Material Other

Blade Details Axe

Handle Material Wood

About the Maker

American Tomahawk Company
American Tomahawk Company

Unless you're in a combat zone with U.S. Soldiers or about to breach an entry with Federal Law Enforcement, you normally don't see them. Most of the time, they're modestly stowed in kit bags or rucksacks until needed. When unsheathed however, they are decisive…powerful…and unforgettable. American Tomahawk's tactical axes are accessible from more LBVs, military vehicles, police car trunks, and breach sets than any other manufacturer's axe, period. This hard earned reputation came from producing indestructible tools of almost mysterious light weight. Peter LaGana founded the American Tomahawk Company in 1966 with the original Vietnam Tomahawk design. Sporting a wood handle and a uniquely designed axe head, nearly 4000 Vietnam Tomahawks served Soldiers and Marines in the jungles of Southeast Asia. Today, American Tomahawk pays homage to its history by combining proven designs with modern materials. The resulting performance gains make our products indispensable to those who go into harm's way. The versatility of our Tomahawks is limited only by the user's imagination. They're light and fast. We make them so you can't break them. Do your job and do it well. American Tomahawk won't fail you. Expect nothing less.

RMJ Tactical
RMJ Tactical

I have made hand forged tomahawks now for over 35 years. Most of these hawks have been working historical reproductions and utility/camping axes. When it comes to design, my job as an engineer/historian/bladesmith is to draw from a wealth of historical axes aspects that we like and that can be executed with the tools and talents found in the shop. We may choose a blade shape here, a handle style there, a bowl shape from yet another piece. We may accurately copy just one tomahawk and it's details. There were thousands of tomahawks made in the 18th and 19th centuries, and because they were handmade no two were exactly alike. This makes my job pretty easy design wise: I pick the elements and execute these thoughts in the medium of iron, steel, wood and leather.