American Tomahawk VTAC Lagana Tactical Tomahawk
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- Steel: Drop-Forged 1060, Rc 52-54
- Handle: ST “Super-Tough” Modified Nylon
- Ergonomics: Oval Design – Indexing Finger Grooves
- Overall Length: 14
- Sheath: Jumpable Nylon – LBE/LBV, MOLLE, Sling, Belt
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14" overall. 1060 drop forged steel Axe head with 2 5/8" cutting edge. Black textured nylon handle with finger grooves at the base. Black heavy nylon sheath provides versatile lbe carry, including weapon sling adaptability.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 3 x 10 x 12 inches; 1.65 Pounds
- Item model number : VTAC
- Date First Available : April 16, 2008
- Manufacturer : Trade Scout, LLC
- ASIN : B0017WJR9U
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The overall weight of the VTAC is closer to what a tomahawk/spike should be. As with any axe, it should have some weight and heft at the head to add force to swinging blows (and energy transfer in throws). The lower priced products are lighter and smaller, which requires you to do more work when trying to chop or punch through an object. This is one of those cases where you get what you pay for
Like all edged tools, after use be sure to cover the non-anodized (silver) edges of the axe with a light coat of oil to protect against rust.
Mine chopped through a lot of ice on a recent winter trip. Some moisture remained on the edge and rust started to form but was caught in time. A light sharpening session cleared away the spots and some oil was applied before it went back into its scabbard.
Strongly recommend this VTAC if you want a solid Tomahawk. This will do everything you ask of it. But it might open the door to more tomahawks, there's a good selection of higher end custom traditional and tactical tomahawks produced by master bladesmiths here in the USA. (H&B Forge, Fort Turner, all the way up to American Kami and RMJ Tactical's 'Kestrel')