High Carbon Steel Throwing Axe
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  • Well balanced for perfect throw
  • High carbon steel axe head
  • Solid hardwood handle
  • Sharp, tough 3" axe blade
  • Overall length: 12 3/8"

This High Carbon Steel Throwing Axe is well balanced for a perfect throw and also makes a perfect addition to your camping or hiking pack. The high carbon content of the axe head provides greater hardness than stainless steel, which allows this axe to stand up to hours of cutting tasks without resharpening. A sturdy hardwood handle affords a classic appearance with lasting durability. Whether you're splitting wood for a campfire or notching logs to build your bug-out shelter, this tomahawk will never let you down!

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.17 out of 5
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Great deal Reviewed by Brian Simmons on May 15, 2017   5 out of 5

I got 2 of these tomahawks and they have great handles regardless of what you may have read in other reviews. The heads are well made but do require sharpening. But all and all great.

good for price but Reviewed by on Jun 13, 2016   3 out of 5

I received one with a poor handle. The throwing hawk head seems well made although the edge looks like it was ground by an amateur. A bit of filing will correct that or it is serviceable as is. The handle on the one I received was a piece of wood that should have been used for kilning. It was rough, not sanded, no finish, Not fitted to the head so head wobbled( not safe to throw), and had a jagged knot right where you grip to throw. Sorry no where to post pic here. Now let me also say I ordered an extra handle which was a solid grained, smooth sanded, well shaped extremely nice handle. You always have to fit all replacement handles to the head by shaping/sanding a bit. A quality throwing hawk will cost at least 2X to 3X more than this one. If you receive one with a decent handle then this is still a very good deal.

Better then expected Reviewed by on Mar 14, 2016   5 out of 5

This is a great tomahawk to learn to throw with or mod your self. The handle has not broken after being thrown, it was just to short for me.

Great Value Reviewed by Jerry Knack on Nov 12, 2015   5 out of 5

Head design is better than expected for this price. Needs new handles but that was expected. A great tomahawk to "mod" to your own preference.

axe Reviewed by dan niemeyer on Oct 03, 2015   5 out of 5

The carbon steel head sharpens up nicely! Just looking for something to add for a better grip.

True Tomahawk Reviewed by Elias Hanson on Aug 06, 2015   5 out of 5

Fantastic product. Yes the handle breaks. It's made of wood. That's why they sell replacement handles out of the catalog. The taper to the handle is accurate to how true tomahawks have been made for centuries. Lightweight for the size and throws like a dream. You won't find a better non-tactical hawk.

good for the $ Reviewed by Jim on Jul 02, 2015   4 out of 5

Well balanced tomahawk & easy to throw . It takes some effort to sharpen. The handle loosens up after some banging around. I will be buying replacement handles. Overall it's worth the money.

decent Reviewed by Steve on Oct 25, 2014   4 out of 5

I bought this for a tool. It wasn't super sharp when I got it and the handles are sort of soft. I removed the handle and the black finish on the head. I sharpened it with a better taper and copied the handle in hickory. I engraved the new handle and the head and I must say it looks quite nice and it will literally shave. I've turned down $100 for it after all the work. It's good for the money.

High Carbon Tomahawk Reviewed by Ron De Luco on Aug 02, 2014   5 out of 5

Many years ago I made and threw tomahawks and thought I would like to do that again, so I purchased 4 of these. When I received them they were not sharp but that was to be expected nor was it a problem since I have grinders. I sharpened them and gave the edge a longer taper. One of the handles broke on the first throw even though it hit square and the head stuck into the target. The handle snapped off. Examining the handle indicated that the wood had be taken from a piece of wood near a knot thus weakening the handle (grain orientation). The rest have functioned as expected and I am again enjoying something I did 30 years ago. I would rate these a 5 star even with the broken handle, tomahawk handles are easy enough to come by.

A good start Reviewed by Dan on May 01, 2014   4 out of 5

When I ordered this, I was not expecting a fantastic product. I was pleasantly surprised. I admit, it needed some upgrades, like a new handle and sharpening. The sharpening took 5 minutes for what I needed it for and I had an extra hickory handle laying around and it is now an excellent work hawk. I don't throw them. I like to use them for what they are supposed to do...get work done!

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