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Sog Specialty Knives F01TN-CP Tactical Tomahawk
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- Use this versatile tool for breaching operations, excavation, obstacle removal, extraction, and other utility applications
- Glass-reinforced nylon handle with 2.75-inch stainless steel ax head
- Tough ballistic polymer handle and nylon carry sheath
- An innovative, updated version of the Vietnam Tomahawk
- Length: 15.75-inches; weight: 24-ounces; lifetime warranty
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It obviously would not take the abuse that my K5 tactical spike does, but I see no breakage with this product. . It will go through cinder blocks, bricks, I slammed it through a truck hood. A 63 ford truck hood to be exact. It will knock out glass and clear the sill. It will chop 2x4's in half. It would be a very useful entry tool, (simply drive the spike next to the door latch and kick). It will puncture tires so a suspect could not get away in a car. It will split smaller pieces of green wood. The hawk face is quite sharp and maintains a good edge even when chopping edgewise into heavy gauge sheet metal. The face is not down swept as a fighting hawk would be. But it would still hold it's own. With proper technique applied you could chop into the spine the throat and still hook and disarm an opponent. The spike is not sharpened all of the way around. It has more of a chisel edge that is great for chopping holes in cinder blocks to have firing holes to engage enemy targets. I have had no problem with using this product as it was intended. Remember this is a breacher/ extraction tool. You wouldn't use a screw driver as a hammer would you? Don't answer that. It held up very well to my abuse. To me this is a self defense weapon and tactical breeching tool. The lightness of the handle and it being head heavy gives it a balance and allows you to get a decent swing from the hawk. This is definitely not a slashing type of hawk. To be a good slasher the hawk face needs to have a belly or down sweep. In the future from Sog I would like to see a better head design. Get rid of the holes, give us the full weight and a better head attachment. But let's be honest.Read more ›
I did order some grip tape to put on the handle. This thing is so sharp I want to make sure that it doesn't go flying out of my hand. You would be in trouble if it hit you. Buy it. Love it.
Update: I discovered that the handle can become slick once you begin to sweat. I solved this problem with some Black Magic Single Sheet Griptape. This stuff is amazing! I'll post some photos.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Note the word "tactical." That means it's intended more for breaching and LE urban duties than for fighting, throwing or camping.
It's about 24 oz. Read more
I'm still not very good at it but tossing a hawk around is pretty fun. My buddy and I were throwing our Hawks and his handle broke. Read morePublished 7 days ago by BuckSnort
I love mine, although I have not had to use it for self-defense, I have it hanging next to the door just in case. It came very sharp, and is exactly what I expected from SOG.Published 13 days ago by Clyde
So I have ended up with two of these and not on purpose. They're cool but I've got one major issue.
I love blades and weapons in general. Read more