|Item Weight||7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.4 x 0.85 x 12.1 inches|
|Item model number||SK1001-CP|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
|Blade Length||3 Inches|
|Included Components||Survival Hawk|
|Warranty Description||Manufacturer Warranty|
SOG Outdoor Survival Hatchet and Tactical Tomahawk - Survival Hawk Camping Axe and Emergency Hatchet Tool with Fire Starter Survival Rod (SK1001-CP)
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- 12.1 INCH STAINLESS STEEL TACTICAL AXE: The Survival Hawk tomahawk axe is a wood chopping axe, camp axe, hiking hatchet and survival tool with a 3 inch hardcased black stainless steel blade
- 19.5 OUNCE PORTABLE MULTITOOL AXE: Light yet tough, this small backpacking hatchet and survival axe with firestarter is a superb outdoor tool with a glass-reinforced nylon and paracord grip
- HUNTING AXE WITH SHEATH: The Survival Hawk stainless steel metal hatchet and multi functional camping axe includes a ballistic nylon sheath that can be slung from your belt or gear for easy access
- FIRE STARTER AND CLAW SPIKE: Tactical axe tool features a checkered hammer edge, claw for prying and wire cutting, and an in-handle ferrocerium firestarter rod for fire starters camping tasks
- SOG FOR LIFE: Take care of your camp axe and we’ll take care of you; we gladly consider repairs and replacements for your properly maintained SOG FastHawk survival axe with fire starter
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In-Handle Firestarter: The Survival Hawk features a ferrocerium firestarter in the handle.
"A tactical yet practical axe."
- Large cutting edge
- Hardcased black stainless steel
- In-handle firestarter
Full-Tang Design, 3” Blade + Firestarter
Throw, Chop, Pierce, Hammer, Ignite
Trust the SOG Survival Hawk to help you tame the wild. SOG, based in Seattle, WA, created this survival axe to do everything an axe should do, and then some.
- 19.5 OZ. + 12.1” LENGTH + 3” BLADE: Light yet heavy-duty, the Survival Hawk surprises with portable versatility
- IN-HANDLE FERROCERIUM FIRESTARTER: Fire is life, and the Survival Hawk puts it at your fingertips
- HARDCASED BLACK STAINLESS STEEL: Built to survive as well as for survival, this Hawk resists corrosion and wear
- FULL TANG + GRIPPY PARACORD HANDLE: Glass-reinforced nylon encases a full tang, wrapped in paracord for added grip
- SOG COMMITMENT: Take care of your knives and we’ll take care of you; SOG tools are built to last, and we’re committed to making sure they do
BORN + BASED IN THE USA
SOG STRONG. SOG, short for MACV-SOG, is a U.S. tool and knife company founded in 1986 and named in honor of the Military Assistance Command, Vietnam - Studies and Observations Group, a spec ops outfit that valued quick, quiet solutions.
SOG SUPPORT. Our knives and tools are built to last, and we always stand ready to assist you when needed.
U.S. DESIGN + QUALITY CONTROL
SOG STEEL. Your SOG Survival Hawk is crafted in 2Cr hardcased black stainless steel for added durability and corrosion resistance.
SOG BLADE SHAPE. The Survival Hawk is designed with an ultra-sharp 3” blade that bites deep with every swing. The beard drops low to provide a larger cutting edge that makes for easier throwing and chopping. Caution, however, is advised.
|Survival Hawk (SK1001-CP)||FastHawk (F06TN-CP)||Tactical Tomahawk (F01TN-CP)||Voodoo Hawk Mini (F182N-CP)||FastHawk (F06PN-CP)|
|Weight||19.5 oz.||19 oz.||24 oz.||23.1 oz.||19 oz.|
|Steel Type||2CR||420 Stainless Steel||420 Stainless Steel||3Cr13MoV||420 Stainless Steel|
|Handle Type||Glass-Reinforced Nylon||Glass-Reinforced Nylon||Glass-Reinforced Nylon||Glass-Reinforced Nylon||Glass-Reinforced Nylon|
|Finish||Hardcased Black||Black||Black||Satin Polished||Satin Polished|
|Sheath Material||Ballistic Nylon||Ballistic Nylon||Ballistic Nylon||Ballistic Nylon||Ballistic Nylon|
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Stow your survival Hawk in its belt-loop sheath and now you've got a tough, lightweight tool that can chop, dig, pry, hammer and even help start a fire with the in-handle Ferro cerium fire starter. Use the survival Hawk at home, in camp and on the trail, and even use it at a distance as a formidable throwing Hatchet and tactical Axe.
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I experienced the same failure in one day of use. Clearly in form and name this is an implement that is intended to be used for striking things. (Duh!) Unfortunately it is not well designed for that use. The tang (the part of the blade that is inserted into the handle) is way to short. The result is that the head becomes loose and and develops a lot of play really quickly.
The tang is so short it doesn't even extend past the small collar you see on the top end of the handle. The collar is so flimsy it deforms rather quickly when the tool is put to use. The result is a quarter to half inch of play in either direction.
If you want something lame to hang in your dorm room this is it. If you want a serious tool for wood craft or survival this axe is a classic example of getting what you pay for. Although I thought SOG was a quality name, in my opinion: their use of that acronym on this tool is downright shameful.
The blade came sharper than any hatchet or axe I've ever bought. It's not shaving sharp, but you don't want that on an axe, even if it's a tomahawk. The pry bar works, but would nbe a little better if it were a tad thinner. The hammer faces on the sides are not ideal, but they get the job done in a pinch. And the included firesteel works well, but it's a pain to get it back inside the handle sometimes. Overall, this is a nice, high-quality survival axe, but I certainly wouldn't want it to be my only (or even primary) cutting tool out in the woods. I'll stick to using my Ka-Bar Becker BK7 knife for that.
Also, this thing is a MUST own for campers. Perfect for dicing up fire wood, and the back is great at splinting logs. I even used the middle to hammer in some tent spikes, and the ax isn't even that dull from months of use. Fire starter works pretty good, but haven't used it enough to state the longevity, but I saw a review where if you use the ax to spark the flint it might break it so be warned.
(Side note: You can totally throw it. its not weighted right to be that accurate, but unless it ends up flying onto something like concrete it really won't get that damaged. We had a throwing contest at a camp and it didn't even look chipped afterwards.)
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The blade comes pretty sharp but I went even further and sharpened it on a whetstone. The blade is usually sharp enough to last a weekend of chopping small branches and throwing it repeatedly into the ground and my friends who insist on throwing it at trees. Comes in handy for making kindling wood to get the fire going as well.
In regards to throwing, I admittedly tried it a few times. The first I got luck and manage to stick it to a tree quite well. The second and third attempts I failed and never tried again. I'm certain there is a technique to it and if you are familiar with it, then this should work as it is possible.
Grip wise, the entire shaft and handle area is made of a hardened plastic. Under regular conditions it is sufficient enough but if your hands are wet I found it’s hard to keep a firm hold on it. I have a few pair of Mechanix gloves and they provide tremendous amounts of grip when holding this compared to bare hands.
The nylon sheath is made very well and has survived the last few years. The buttons have a very prominent snap to them and hold extremely well.
- Looks cool
- Blade is good quality
- Made of extremely durable hard plastic
- Comes with a sheath for transport and storage
- Grip can be slippery
- You need a proper axe for firewood, this will not serve dual purpose
Badass MF! Pieza sólida para hacer bushcraft o acampar
Para ser honesto un hacha full tang (la estructura metálica recorre todo el mango a lo largo de la construcción) es un arma de miedo, este particularmente es genial, puedes separar madera con el, hacer feather sticks, usar su muy genial fire starter o amm pedernal, todo está muy muy bien, retiene el eje muy bien, filoso si le te tomas su tiempo de hacerle mantenimiento y muy muy liviano y balanceado.
Por el precio te sacas la lotería con este pequeño Guerrero.
The pick is an excellent digging tool and has the strength to haul up roots, stones, and hardened clay.
The flattened sides can pound home tent pegs and most nails fairly quickly.
Its light and easy to carry and absorbs shock when swung but I will be wrapping it in paracord for better handling.
I have no interest in throwing it.
If it held its edge better it would be a 5 star tool.
This tool was bought for it's weight, ease of use and the amount of abuse I could put it through. At - 40 degrees, with ice, frozen rock and dirt, this thing got scratched. Scratched, not bent, not broken. The handle is great, (better with a lanyard - easy enough to install), the metal works well, the sheath is good quality. I leave in my truck for winter-road use along with an emergency shovel (has a saw blade as part of the handle) and it comes in very handy for many functions. I will admit, I wasn't sure how practical it was going to be when I opened the box and saw how, ummm, 'compact' it was. I'm sold now, I'd buy it again and would probably buy it for those guys that spend 2 weeks in the bush (or tundra, or mountains...).
My only complaint is the material the handle is made of. If the handle had some more texture on it or something it would be much more functional. I've wrapped one with Camo Form tape and one with hockey tape, both I feel are much more functional now.
Buen detalle la incorporación del ferroceno.
It's pretty good at cutting off small limbs and branches, but lacks enough weight to split wood for a campfire.
I use it as more of a showpiece vs a worker, so can't comment on how fast it goes dull. I have used it on many trees and one yard varmint, and so far it's been fine.