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Home Products Rim Jack

Price$1,295.00
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Overview

The Rim Jack by RMJ and American Kami is an Eagle Talon head increased 10% with an open bid at the blade. Naturally, it’s 100% Made in the USA. The 1″ thick handle offers G10 grips (milled with both brands’ logos) with a .275″ thick head made from DLC coated S7. The head is held in place via a mortis and tenon attachment with proprietary screws. This is an extremely rare collaboration between RMJ (Ryan M. Johnson) and American Kami Custom Blades. Think of it an American Kami ManiAxe meets a RMJ Berserker. It is a beast of an axe/hawk to be reckoned with and there are only a total of 6 in existence; even fewer in the wild. It is the OD Green color variant. It comes with a kydex sheath that can be used and mounted in a variety of ways. G10 handles are 1" thickness, head is 0.275" thickness. The whole axe from the beard to the tang has been DLC-coated by Ionbond. It is made of S7 tool steel and can withstand anything that is thrown in its path. These guys were part of an extremely limited production run, and a collaboration between D.J. Urbanovsky of American Kami and Ryan M Johnson of RMJ fame. They were not, and have never been an orderable item. Open bid auction format was the only way that they were ever sold. Hand signed on both sides on the blade by the makers. Excellent condition.

Product Details

Blade Length 3.25

Overall Length 18

Weight (oz) 37.1

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Has Sheath, Hidden Tang, Mortise Tang

Blade Material S7

Blade Details Axe

Handle Material G10

About the Maker

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.

American Kami
American Kami

DJ Urbanovsky is the owner of American Kami and has been making knives since January of 2005. He describes his knifemaking style as "full function, post modern wicked with flowing naturalistic tendencies". He builds his blades for performance and to stand up to hard use, but wants them to be aesthetically pleasing as well. DJ currently works most heavily with 1095 carbon steel, G10, Kydex, and paracord, and is constantly experimenting with new designs.