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Home Products RMJ Tactical & Jason Knight Collaboration Knight Hawk-OD Green

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RMJ Tactical & Jason Knight Collaboration Knight Hawk-OD Green

by Knight, Jason, RMJ Tactical

SKU 1021154

Date Added 12/16/2020

# Available 1

Price $575.00

Overview

The Knight Hawk is a full tang tomahawk made from 52100 carbon steel that is .265" thick and has a Rockwell hardness of 57-58.  It features 3D contoured black G10 handle scales that are permanently mounted for durability.  The head, from the forward edge to the end of the spike, is 6 3/4" long and has a 2 7/8" cutting edge that is ready for heavy abuse. The spike itself is 2 3/16" and is capable of  penetrating a variety of objects, car locks, windows, doors, tires, etc.  In the outdoors the spike makes a great digging tool, and can be used to drag logs and other tasks.   Includes the original packaging.  Excellent Condition.   

Product Details

Blade Length 6.75

Overall Length 14.50

Weight (oz) 23

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Has Sheath

Blade Material 52100

Blade Details Axe

Handle Material G10

Other Details Tactical

About the Maker

Knight, Jason

Jason’s early knives were created through the stock removal process. In 2001 he attended the Bill Moran School of Bladesmithing in Old Washington, Arkansas. Jason won Best New Maker at Blade Show West that same year. His work quickly became sought after because of his recognizable style. According to Jason, some of the most valuable input he ever received was from his friends George Herron and Daniel Winkler, both of whom encouraged him to always remain true to his own creative niche. In 2007 he received his ABS Mastersmith rating and was awarded the B.R. Hughes Award for the best knife by a Mastersmith candidate. He continues to receive awards for his extraordinary skill. Knight is well known among custom makers and collectors not only as an innovator, but also for his mastery of metallurgy and blade geometry.

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.

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