|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22 x 19 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||30-000715|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
|Number of Handles||1|
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Gerber Downrange Tomahawk [30-000715]
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- 3 tools in 1: Axe, Hammer Head, Pry Bar.
- 420HC steel body w/ Cerakote® will not bend or break.
- Desert Tan G-10 composite scales on handle for grip.
- MOLLE-compatible sheath attaches to pack, webbing, or body armor.
- Get the job done on the first try.
- Made in USA axe head with integrated prying handle
- Hammer head and pry bar
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From the manufacturer
Who We Are
Like the men and women who carry our gear, Gerber is Unstoppable. Decades of innovation and dedication have put us here. Renowned as a master of knives and tools, Gerber’s problem-solving, life-saving products are designed with the unique needs of specific activities in mind.
When you’re in a situation where time is of the essence, you can’t waste time wondering if you have the right tool for the job. No matter what’s on the other side of that door or barrier, you want a tool with the same single-minded determination as the man wielding it. The Gerber Tactical Downrange Tomahawk is a marvel of simplicity and efficiency in service of solving serious problems. No moving parts to break or jam, no extraneous gimmicks to get in the way—just a well thought-out design and three-quarters of a century of Gerber craftsmanship in your hands.
- Unique Gerber ax head
- Pry bar
- Hammer head
- Desert tan G-10 scales on handle
- 420HC steel body with Cerakote
- MOLLE-compatible sheath
- Built in Portland, Oregon
- Backed by Gerber’s Lifetime Warranty
Triple-Purpose Ax Head
There’s no arguing with a tomahawk. This is largely due to the Downrange’s three-tiered approach to tactical breaching. The ax head’s beveled edge is capable of chopping through drywall and turning walls and doors to splinters. The backside of the ax head functions as hammer for getting through hinges, locks, doorknobs and anything else that’s there to slow you down. The third threat is a pry bar at the end of the handle, controlled by a cutaway grip in the ax head.
- Overall Length: 19.27" (48.9cm)
- Weight: 1.9 lb. (861.8 g) without sheath, 2.5 lbs. (1133.9 g) with sheath
- Steel Type: 420HC
- Handle Material: G-10
Serious Pry Bar
Opposite the business end of the Downrange Tomahawk is a hefty pry bar. With a solid marriage of physics and force, you can confidently pry away using the cutaway handle in the ax head for leverage. The 420HC steel body with Cerakote will not bend or break, and the desert tan G-10 handle has integrated scales to keep the tool firmly in your hands no matter the conditions.
Packs Like a Pro
Tomahawks don’t exactly fit in your pocket, so it comes with a sheath that’s as practical as the tool itself. No matter what line of duty you serve in, if this tool is going to make it to where the action is, it has to be easy to carry. Which is where the MOLLE-compatible sheath comes into play. It readily attaches to your pack, standard webbing or body armor, so it goes where you do.
The Downrange Tomahawk is a modern take on an ancient instrument of war - specifically designed to accomplish three breaching tasks. The axe head cuts through walls and rope while the hammer head is the perfect size for smashing through obstacles like hinges, door knobs and locking devices. A hefty pry at the end of the tool can be employed confidently with a cutaway handle in the axe head - this allows the user to maximize leverage during the breach. Desert Tan G-10 scales mount the 420HC steel with KG gun cote to provide maximum grip regardless of environment. The Downrange Tomahawk is an indestructible instrument of destruction.
Top customer reviews
When they designed this hawk it was designed with breaching in mind so it was built to stand up to abuse, right off the bat this is the first and one of the most important details. It is a FULL TANG tomahawk, (so don't pay any mind to the review commenting on the loose axe head, apparently a rip off or totally different product), and it has a wonderful weight balance, although it has a good size to it you are able to comfortably choke up on the head for fine wood work. The butt flairs out a bit, slowly, as you move from the axe and hammer head down to the nail puller on the end of the crow bar. Lets say this little jammie packs the punch of a regular wood axe in the package of beautifully crafted tomahawk that makes you makes you feel safer just having. One that includes Gerber's full lifetime warranty, which they have a phenomenal track record with. I am a loyal Gerber customer. I have many, many products and to this day, at age 22, I can't say any one has ever let me down. But to be fair it took me close to two months of watching reviews, looking over pictures and reviews of this product, the Boker "Tomahook", and CRKT's T-hawk, not in that particular order. But this girl came out on top. The Gerber Downrange Tomahawk, She's a BEAST. I also own or have owned the SOG Fasthawk both smaller and larger sizes, Bear Grylls Gerber Hatchet, Easting hatchet, coleman camp hatchet, Fiskars/Gerber wood axe full size, and the Schrade survival tomahawk (not the one with fire starter but a crow bar similar to the reviewed tomahawk). The only one's that are good at all are the Gerber's, all three are perfect for their intended purpose, the Schrade tomahawk is a great substitute if the gerber downrange is too expensive in all honesty, SOG's are good for throwing but not at all a survival option in my opinion.
The only problem I have had recently with any of my Gerber purchases, is that they some how seem to make some pretty cruddy sheaths and these one is no exception.
Overall, a great purchase, even with the price tag that kicks you in the junk!
It is not a toy or a typical tomahawk. This is a wrecking bar with a mean streak. A great working tool for all sorts of things.
Pulling apart, chopping, prying, you name it, it will work.
Do not forget this is a demolition axe, not special wood chopper. For use in woods, you just need to sharpen it and that is it.
Excellent than for use in urban and wilderness environment.
Really love this axe.