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Browning Shock N' Awe Tomahawk Knife
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now that's out of the way, i'll get on with the actual review.
as i've just noted, the tomahawk is perfectly sized. it's small enough to carry easily and more importantly handle easily. it's size somewhat resembles a long knife, which easily translates from any kali training
i consider the spike on the back to be more as a hook. it can very easily punch a hole into wood or other materials, but it can also be used to control things. it's one of the main reasons why i chose this product over other tomahawks with more straight spikes. one issue i have with the mechanics of the tomahawk is the beard. when chopping things it helps to have more surface area, sure. however, in a combat situation, it'll only get caught on things like bone, clothing, etc. which would affect the case in pulling the axe out of whatever it gets lodged into.
this is the second of the two big downsides. it's really on the heavier side (about a full pound heavier than i'd like). it slows down the handling just a little bit, but i suppose it works in the sense that it adds a little extra heft to each swing. i suppose it's up to the user: slightly more power to each swing at the cost of ease of use. personally, i find handling a bit more useful, since it'll make for faster swings and better control. i like being able to control a tool that feels like air in my hands. for those who'll say the stronger you are the easier it'll be to handle a heavier tool, the stronger you are the faster you'll be able to handle a lighter tool. when it comes down to tomahawks, the difference in damage would be pretty negligent, so being able to deal that damage faster would benefit you better.
for the price, it is an exceptional product. i added a bit of hockey grip tape on the upper neck of the tomahawk so i have the option to hold it comfortably when holding the neck.
- hooked spike
This is a shorter review than my original which I deleted and am now re-writing.
The Taiwanese made 'Shock N' Awe Tomahawk' produced for the 'Browning Black Label' line is a very nice hawk.... it is short in length and buyers should be aware of this before purchasing.
I purchased it after seeing a few Youtube videos.
It is short and 'conceals' very well down into my backpack without having to be seen attached to the outside Molle webbing (it attaches well to the outer Molle if a user should want that).
The 'wrap' on the handle is impregnated with some kind of hard epoxy process, which unless the operator uses gloves, will without a doubt tear bare hands up after 5 minutes of use, I could leave off 1 star for the wrap, but overall the hawk itself is very functional, all one piece, no handle scales or screws.
I probably will end up removing the very stiff/hard 'wrap' and cover the handle in black Camo Form.
NOTE: In my original review I encountered a serious issue with the "included user instructions" on correct "insertion" of the hawk into the sheath.
In a nutshell:
The sheath I received is a "NEWLY DESIGNED" sheath for the 'Shock N' Awe Tomahawk', but the instructions that came in the box show the OLDER DISCONTINUED sheath model in its photos and instruct the user/operator to "insert the spike/rear end into the sheath first"..... where actually with the newly designed sheath the user/operator MUST INSERT THE FRONT BLADE END first, in order to have a safe and correct fit of the tomahawk into the sheath.
Unfortunately somewhere along the "current" production line... the "old" INVALID user instructions are being included in the box, but the "newly designed" sheaths are being shipped.
Thankfully, the dealer 'Tactical Intent' has informed me of the sheath issue and cleared the confusion up.
Very fast shipping, unfortunately the instructions that were included in the box for the 'Shock N' Awe Tomahawk'... were the old ones showing the old model.
(The picture with the Hawk next to the knife is the standard issue USMC KA-BAR.)