M48 Tactical Tomahawk Axe with Snap On M48 Sheath
List Price: $63.00

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This M48 Tactical Tomahawk is the ultimate tactical tool. It is lightweight to be carried all day without added muscle fatigue and the blade of the M48 Tomahawk offers a wide, upswept axe blade and a piercing spike on the back end.

  • Precision cast 2cr13 stainless steel blade
  • 30% fiberglass nylon reinforced handle
  • Attached to handle with 3 separate bolts
  • Includes durable nylon sheath
  • 3 7/8" blade; 8" head
  • 15" overall length

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.57 out of 5
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Tough Enough Reviewed by Jeffrey Sherrod on Sep 28, 2015   5 out of 5

I've had mine for awhile. About two months ago I decided to make a burn barrel out of a heavy gauge steel 55 gallon drum. I put over a hundred holes in that steel barrel. And the spike was still very sharp with out any signs of wear. It's keeps guard beside my bed.

My Favorite Reviewed by on Sep 26, 2015   5 out of 5

I've had this for a long time and I love it! It's sharp and the handle has a good feel to it. I've used and it and have never had any issues with it. Some people are complaining that it breaks after throwing it at dead trees, but they don't realize that these weren't made for dead trees. I definitely recommend this.

Handle needs a major rework. Reviewed by on Sep 09, 2015   2 out of 5

I've had my tomahawk for a long time. I've only recently started using it however. After about an hour total of practice, the handle snapped just under the third bolt. The axe is awesome, but it was a 40$ bust in the end. The inner metal appeared to have a knot where it snapped. I'm pretty disappointed I must say.

Bad Handle Reviewed by on Aug 26, 2015   1 out of 5

Me and my son was throwing it and the handle broke just under the third bolt!the head of the hawk is the best.But the handle is a shame.I was planning on getting the hole line of M48 but i seen they all have the same handle .Dont want to wast my money

Reviewed by on Aug 20, 2015   5 out of 5

Tomahawk was great while it lasted. Threw it a few hours and the handle snapped off on impact. Was throwing at a dead oak stump. Fun for a little while. For the price I would say it's an okay buy.on a scale 1-10 I give it a 4

snaped Reviewed by Shaun Oelerich on Jun 01, 2015   1 out of 5

i had this for about 2 months with little use, i loved it, it was awesome looking and it felt great, until me and my brother were throwing it at my dead tree and it snapped clean right under the third bolt. the metal part of the hawk is great, but the handle is just awful. its ok, but if you buy one of these you have been warned.

good tool Reviewed by DakotaJames Ellis-Morgan on Apr 01, 2015   5 out of 5

this hand axe is nice tool for camping,hiking and im not going to lie it is fun to play with responsibly. Grate weight and balance a nice sharp point at the end and the axe blade is just sharp enough all in all this is a good hand axe

Strong Tomahawk Axe Reviewed by Mike on Mar 16, 2015   5 out of 5

Sorry for the delay but I had to wait until the snow to drop its been very deep, I did get out to check this axe out worked very well I was very impressed with it but I felt that I needed to get a better grip on it so I grabbed some stick on skate board tape and what a difference I had more control with this axe I have a winner with this one.Thanks Mike

Great! Reviewed by Khyber on Feb 17, 2015   1 out of 5

...until the handle snaps off after about twenty or thirty throws. Head sank right into a section of tree trunk, but the handle snapped clean off right below the bolsters on the sides of the head. This would be decent as a camp axe until the head busts off, but tomahawks are meant for throwing, not chopping wood. Would not recommend. Looks great on the wall or a shelf, but buy a one-piece steel solution like the Kit Rae axe for repetitive use, they don't break.

Beautiful as a women Reviewed by Timothy Freeman on Jan 29, 2015   5 out of 5

Love it, grand tomahawk. You might want to upgrade the sheath eventually for carry purposes. No complaints though, you should buy two. Check it out yourself!!

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