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M48 Tactical Tomahawk Axe with Snap On M48 Sheath


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United Cutlery M48 Hawk Axe Tactical Tomahawk

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    United Cutlery M48 Hawk Axe Tactical Tomahawk
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    United Cutlery M48 Hawk Axe Tactical Tomahawk

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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

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United Cutlery M48 Hawk Axe Tactical Tomahawk Stars4.61 out of 5 based on 193 ratings. 193 user reviews.


Reviewed by Khyber from Pennsylvania on 17-Feb-2015Great!
Rating1 star1
...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.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by Timothy Freeman from California on 29-Jan-2015Beautiful as a women
Rating5 star5
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!!Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by sean from minnesota on 14-Jan-2015well built
Rating5 star5
came very sharp and it is well built! the spike is not very sharp but with a little work it is an easy job to sharpen it up. this item was deffently added to my zombie weapon collection.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Jon from Los Angeles on 08-Jan-2015Awesome
Rating5 star5
when I learned that some of our Special Forces units carry these in Afghanistan I had to have one. Edged weapons are highly respected there. This weapon is serious and can do a lot of damage. I do not recommend repeated throws and I do suggest that you wrap cloth hockey stick tape around the handle. A great value for the money and collector!Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by devinwayne1988@gmail.com from texas on 29-Oct-2014great tomahawk
Rating5 star5
If somethins pokin your thigh, its this guy!! The sheath is my only problem with it, besides the fact this is also made in china. ive had two of these for several months, theyve handled the abuse that gard work brings, even with a compsite handle. Like I said though, it pokes you from the bottom side of the sheath, its weight makes the bottom point of the beard expose itself, making running a bad idea if this is on your hip, you may also want to tighten the snaps on the sheath, or it can come free, while walking. Serious hazard considering these things are very sharp out of the package. Love it! Also throwing this tomahawk is both easy and fun, great balance.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Rad Paladin from Denver on 26-Oct-2014Great Tactical Tomahawk for the money.
Rating5 star5
This a very attractive and well designed tomahawk. It is not designed to be a fire axe, nor is it intended to be used to cut firewood. It is a weapon plain and simple. The blade is ample and sharp. The spike is as impressive as it is sharp. I'm not sure that it is as durable as an SOG tomahawk, but I like the design. The SOG Voodo Hawk is still my favorite. The M48 tactical tomahawk is beautiful. It gives the SOG tomahawks some real competition in the beauty category.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Rob from New York on 24-Sep-2014Tactical!
Rating5 star5
This is well made for fighting or light use, not for throwing or chopping down a forest, if it breaks while using it wrong and hitting it as hard as you can against things then yeah it might break but I would not give a bad review because i dont know how to use something properly
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Dan from Piney Point, MD on 17-Sep-2014Multiple Use
Rating5 star5
Awesome out of the box. Sharp and ready to go. Great balance. Good for camp chores like splitting kindling. I'm not a thrower. Don't believe in throwing a perfectly good hatchet to arm the enemy. Great potential for chopping, punching through doors, and self-defense. It's the right weight and length for self-defense purposes. A great bug out bag item.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by jm from NY on 09-Sep-2014great weapon, sheath not so much
Rating5 star5
i had been looking at this to add to my collection for a while and finally had the money to do so. The tomahawk itself is great and built very well, when thrown the holes in the head make a whistling sound which i found really cool. the sheath however isn't built for a solid combat situation, the snaps are too sticky to be open and retrieve the weapon quickly and smoothly, definitely dont like that it opens underneath, a top closure of some sort would have been better, im having a custom leather sheath made.......but it is a great weapon and i am happy i got it and i am thinking of getting another down the lineWould you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Eric from Califronia on 10-Aug-2014Decent tomahawk
Rating3 star3
The sheath is garbage. I got more injuries from the sheath letting the tomahawk go than I did from use of the tomahawk. I spent the money to get a kydex sheath made. It's too light for normal axe work. I know from working with a fire department for a few years. This tomahawk is too light for doing chopping or breaching that would be expected from a fire axe. It can still chop and breach but don't expect speedy results. It's definitely a combat weapon through and through. It lacks in rescue capabilities. I can't couple this with a pry bar like my other axes and have an effective breaching system.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 3.00
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