Colin Despins a designer of tactical resources from the USA introduced us to a completely new design of a tactical tomahawk. The design of the "Tomahook" is influenced by the Celts Vikings and Native Americans offering a high degree of functionality thanks to its versatility. So of course it can be used for much more than a hatchet although its wide sharp edge makes this use very effective. The upper end of the ax head is sharpened like a chisel and is excellently suited for levering open boxes for example. The Tomahook is also wonderfully suited for use as a shovel. And the knife-like edge can even be used to skin and dismember a deer in case of emergency. The ability to engage the handle directly and securely behind the cutting edge makes a variety of finer cutting work possible.
Likewise this recess can also be used as hooks for various applications. The back of the ax head has a rounded point of impact which may for example provide valuable services as a glass breaker. The special design of the Kydex sheath allows you to keep the sheath covered for many working and cutting applications. The recessed G10 scales don't only allow you to hold the Tomahook safely and comfortably. Almost every point of the tang is usable as a tool. There is even a grip on the ax head to make using the steel end as an impact tool safely possible. The proven SK5 carbon steel is used which becomes corrosion-resistant thanks to the subsequent coating. The SK5 carbon steel even though it's not corrosian resistant is the ideal material for this tactical tomahawk but due to the nature of this steel it may show some light corrosion on the uncoated edge occasionally which can be removed by a short resharpening. A high-class tactical tool with a plethora of options!
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