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SOG Specialty Knives & Tools F06TN-CP Fasthawk Tactical Tomahawk with 2-Inch Steel Axe Blade and Black Ballistic Nylon Sheath, Black Finish


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  • Faster, lighter, more agile, and easier to carry than its sibling the Tactical Tomahawk
  • 2-inch 420 steel axe blade has a hardcase black finish and mounted to a ballistic polymer handle
  • Turn the cutting edge around and use the blunt edge for hammering or the chiseled edge for extraction
  • Black sheath is included with a snap closure and belt loop attachment
  • Comes with a limited lifetime warranty
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Blade Length: 2" Closed Length: NA Overall Length: 12.5" Blade Material: 420 Stainless Steel Handle Material: Ballistic Polymer Reversible Pocket Clip: No (Snap Belt Loop Sheath included) Type of Lock: NA Assisted Opening: NA Weight: 19 oz Country of Origin: Imported Manufacture Warranty: Workmanship/Materials Lifetime Guarantee Manufacture Item Number: F06P-N and F06T-N

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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (402 customer reviews)
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Very well balanced.
R. Gillis
This is great for backpacking tent stakes and chopping a little wood around camp.
Bob Bird
I can throw it, chop wood, punch holes through metal.
mehhh

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152 of 154 people found the following review helpful By The Traveller on November 17, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I've had the larger SOG Tactical Tomahawk for some time now, and it has become one of my most used woods tools. The larger F01T Tactical Tomahawk is well made, holds a good edge, and holds up to my (almost daily) heavy use very well. I've wanted to use it as an everyday carry with my gear, but it was too heavy to justify. I wanted something just as nice but smaller, lighter and able to be carried easier. The RMJ Kestrel fits this need perfectly, but it costs over $400 so that's hard to justify. The SOG tomahawks are a great value for the price.

Enter the SOG F06-N Fast Hawk, a slightly smaller version of the larger one. I was surprised when I opened the package, it was smaller than I had expected. Everything was smaller. The handle is not only shorter, but it is thinner as well. Same with the head, smaller but also thinner. It looks like SOG kept the overall balance by making all dimensions smaller. The overall effect is more than a shorter tactical tomahawk, it is a substantially lighter one too. For those looking for a Tactical Hawk, this allows for very fast strikes. For the rest of us who use a hawk as a tool, it makes for a lighter tool, easier to carry, and less fatigue from a day of heavy use. While the small head and lighter weight don't lend themselves to the heavy duty tree work, that the larger version excels at, it is a good compromise and makes limbing trees a breeze. The faster strike makes up for some of the lost weight, but not all. So far, I like it.

I have been clearing scrub, dead falls and other nuisance growth in my woods. I have extensive experience with the larger SOG hawk working in this manner. It is great. Today, I took this new Fast Hawk to see how it does. In a word, great.
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80 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Patti Rokus on December 25, 2010
Color Name: Black
I know, most of you are men reading this; but I'd like to mention that this is a great tool for a woman.
I'm a backpacker, and unfortunately don't always get to have a man with me. I needed something lightweight, but powerful, and this tool is it. My brother gave it to me as a Christmas present, and it's one of the most thoughtful and useful things I received. Hurray for brothers. Thanks John! I plan to use it for wood collecting, clearing shrubs, pounding tent stakes, and heaven forbid, self defense. It throws nicely.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By tatersaladgang on March 29, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Specs: 2" blade edge...3" depth to handle....spike 5/8" x 1/8" taper, 2-1/4" to handle...handle 12" bottom to top of head, x 1-1/8" x 13/16" oval of black grooved poly and hole in butt for lanyard. Head attached to handle by 4 torqex screws with a re-enforcing ferrule. Impressed checkering on sides of head for non-slip pounding. Finished in black. Sheath is stiff black cordura, hollow rivets with 3 snaps on bottom...1-1/4" belt loop. Go to "sogknives.com" for more specs and a short vid.

As much as they want to say, this isn't a camper's axe. The edge is semi-hollow ground, and only 9/16" before the hole in blade, limiting the amount of resharpening. I was able to shave my arm with the factory edge. The edge angle is such that the cutting edge starts cutting at the top first when striking. The spike is an abrupt angle edge. Handle is grooved, but it is still somewhat slick.

Tried this axe out on a 55gal drum; pierced the sides easily with only marring the paint, using the spike. The Mrs. performed it easily but complained the handle was a bit slick. She chopped on some red fir firewood, but it was near impossible to split the wood due to light weight. This axe is designed with more towards "Urban Survival" in mind. Cutting through drywall was not a problem. It did take repeated strikes for about 4 minutes to get through a wall stud. Tried the spike on a junk vehicle side window & it shattered it easily. We had a fresh, road killed deer near our place. The spike will easily pierce the skull bone with little effort. The cutting edge will penetrate all the way through hide & meat until stopped by the handle. Long swinging slashes to the ribcage severed the ribs completely. Very little dulling of edge even after repeated strikes into bone.
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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Gai King on March 14, 2011
Color Name: Black
I was of the big knife school of survival. One knife large enough to chop, slit, etc. After buying this hawk I have changed my tune.
It is excellently made. The haft, the fit and finish, the attachment to the head, are all very good. My only gripe is 420J stainless isn't the most resilient steel out there. I would have preferred a something like 1095 with a nice heat treat. Still I can't really complain after I've punched the spike through several 55 gallon drums without damaging the spike. Add to that lots of hole digging (with the spike) and lots of chopping. I did make the mistake of sharpening mine to shaving sharp, so I expect I may roll the edge with heavy chopping. Still for the price this is a great tool.

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I've had this tool for a while now and I must say I still really like it. A recent camping trip saw me using this and a small imperial $5 folding knife for everything I needed. Tent stakes were no problem as the middle of the head is checkered. I split wood into kindling and kindling into tinder. I even made fuzz sticks with this beast. I used the spike to dig rocks out of the ground for the fire pit. I made short work of several small tree stumps that were in dangerous places for hikers or in the way of tents. I did in fact roll and nick the blade as I expected. This was due to my sharpening the edge too a very steep angle with a diamond hone, then using the hawk to chop into the ground to remove the stumps. Still, a few passes with an EZ lap and all was well. My only gripe is during any really heavy chopping. We found a huge log that someone tried to burn one end of instead of cutting it. I used the SOG tomahawk to chop the burned ends off. The wood was very well seasoned and very hard. I think the haft was absorbing some of the hits, as it is a tiny bit flexy so it doesn't break when you throw it. It is not as stiff as a hickory haft, but this is a good thing if you throw this hawk often. All in all I'm still very happy with this tool.
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