Throwing Axe - Win Your Next Viking Throwing Tomahawk Competition! 19" Hand Forged Hatchet from High Carbon Steel, NMLRA Approved, 100% Guaranteed from Defects
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- READY TO WIN YOUR NEXT THROWING COMPETITION? EQUIP YOURSELF WITH THE BEST -If you're a serious competitor, then you know in order to be the best you've got to have the best equipment. You're looking at the premier competition throwing axe on Amazon.
- COMPETITION THROWING TOMAHAWK...BEST BALANCED 19" HATCHET FOR THROWERS -We've got the best blacksmith in the business who still forges these hawks by hand one-by-one. We then seat it with a premium A grade straight grain American Hickory hard wood handle; giving you unbeatable control and long-lasting durability & performance.
- BALANCED, PRECISE, DURABLE, QUALITY CONSTRUCTION. YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED! -Weighing only 1.6lbs and having the perfect 3.75" blade edge allows you to impress your friends or battle competitors and experience your best throwing ever!
- IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT OUR DESIGN - We use a friction fit system to secure the axe head to the handle. This means the axe head may separate from handle on bad impace. This is NORMAL. See description or product images for instructions to reinstall
- NEED SPARE HANDLES OR A SHEATH AS WELL? Spare Handles can be found typing in ASIN B00B40GFWM or B00HN25IDC - Sheaths using ASIN - B00K85OENG or B00H85S7UK
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A Throwing Axe That Lasts
The perfect blend of hand forged high carbon steel hard enough to hold an edge and soft enough to sharpen and throw without risk of shattering.
Quality Throwing Axe
Removable Head - Friction Fit
The heads are installed using friction fit method - they are designed to separate on bad impact to preserve the handle from breaking. If Your Axe Head Comes Loose This is COMPLETELY NORMAL. Simply slide the top of the axe head up the bottom of the handle (make axe and handle shape matches). Use a rubber mallet or turn the axe upside down and pound handle on hard surface
“By Far The Best Competition Throwing Hawk! Having A Quality Tomahawk That Performs Flawlessly Doesn’t Have To Cost You A Fortune.”
*It’s Time To Experience What A Quality, Hand-Forged Tomahawk Can Do For Your Throwing. You’ve Got To Try This.*
Think about how much more fun your throwing would be if you could nail your target virtually every time, if you could have a quality tomahawk that’ll last through repeated throwing, and you could have a professional quality axe that outperforms 99% of the competitors…without spending a fortune. Equipping yourself with our precise, proven tomahawk is your ticket to enjoying your throwing to the fullest!
- Overall Length: 19 inches
- Blade Edge: 4 inches
- Overall Weight: 1 lb 8 oz
|Handle Length||19 inches|
|Blade Material||EN49 High Carbon Steel|
|Blade Edge||Blunt for throwing, will require sharpening for other uses|
|Acessories Included||None Included: But Sheaths Available (ASIN's: B00K85OENG, B00H85S7UK) & Replacement Handles Available (ASIN's: B00B40GFWM, B00HN25IDC, B07HGMJ15M) available - sold separately|
|Heat Treated Steel?||Yes - Hardened Blade Edge|
|Handle Material||Straight Grain Premium A Grade American Hickory USA Made (ASIN B00B40GFWM)|
|Handle Finish||Smooth Sanded & Lightly Wax Coated|
Important Info About Our Design of Throwing Axe
Blade Edge Requires Sharpening for Uses Other Than Throwing
Each head is designed for axe throwing which doesn't require a super sharp blade edge. For uses other than throwing such as chopping and splitting, these blades may require additional sharpening.
Friction Fit Head Design
You will likely experience the separation of the axe head from the handle if the head or handle hit the target incorrectly.
Other products use a set screw to attached the head to handle. We believe a set screw doesn't offer a true and proper fit and it compromises the handles integrity.
Thus, we use a friction fit design that requires friction to hold the head and handle. Proper fit is required for this design to work correctly. If your head and handle separate frequently without reason, it is likely the handle needs to be sanded a bit where the fit is wrong.
Different Sizes Are Available for Younger Throwers
We offer smaller sizes of throwing axes for younger throwers or for those who get sore throwing our standard size hatchets.
You can search all our throwing products using the brand name "Thrower Supply [insert product type here (i.e., axe, knife, sheath, handle, etc...)]"
About Our Axe Handles
Straight Grain Handles
Grain refers to the direction of the "veins" of the wood. Wood will split easier if you are cutting in the direction of the grain. When chopping wood you try to cut along the grain to split the wood. If you were to use cross grain handles it just wouldn't make sense for throwing (they would break much easier). By selling only straight grain handles we are offering you the most durable handles available.
Verified Sustainable Wood
Hickory Is Ergonomically Better For Comfort And Stress Reduction
Hickory logs produce the best handles and are selected for their heavy weight, and straight grain.
The U.S. Forest Products Lab has found no difference in white or red hickory's strength. Therefore, the best hickory handles may be white, red or a mixture of both.
Hickory is a natural shock absorber and has excellent strength for tool handles.
USA Made Hardwood
American Hickory is the most sought after wood material to use for your axes and tomahawks. All the premium Swedish and German axe makers import American Hickory for their handles and proudly advertise it. We selected Hickory because it will take more abuse than maple or birch or ash. And on top of that, it is much more affordable.
Premium A Grade Quality
Top quality hardwood means you can throw axes longer without the handle breaking.
Each handle is then sanded smooth and tumble waxed with a light coat of bees wax. This makes the grip software and extends the life of the wood.
*Slight variance in handle size may occur and some heads may require light work with sandpaper for the perfect fit.
|Competition Throwing Axe||Polished Competition Throwing Axe||Mouse Throwing Hatchet||Camp Throwing Axe||Bladed Throwing Axe|
|Overall Length||19 inches||19 inches||16 inches||19 inches||19 inches|
|Overall Weight||1.5 lbs||1.5 lbs||1 lb||2 lbs||1.7 lbs|
|Country of Origin||Head Made in India, Handle in USA||Head Made in India, Handle in USA||Head Made in India, Handle in USA||Head Made in India, Handle in USA||100% Made in the USA|
|Steel Grade||EN49 High Carbon Steel||EN49 High Carbon Steel||EN49 High Carbon Steel||EN49 High Carbon Steel||4140 Steel|
Product detailsColor:Black Rust Protect
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 19 x 1.5 x 6.5 inches; 1.6 Pounds
- Date First Available : December 15, 2014
- Manufacturer : Thrower Supply
- ASIN : B00R1ZCWXU
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- #18 in Camping Axes & Hatchets
- Customer Reviews:
Axe will arrive with light black paint coating for rust protection. Axes and other cutting tools are inherently dangerous by nature. Any person using products purchased from, sold by or manufactured by ThrowerSupply in any manner, assumes all risks and responsibility for any bodily injury to themselves or those around them (including death or personal injury) or property damage which may result from the use of these products. It is the sole responsibility of the user to seek proper instruction and to act safely and with caution while using these products. Misuse of these products can potentially cause serious injury or even death. Must be 18 years or older to purchase.
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The axe blade has been broken away from the axe eye. It has been welded back on and poorly done.
First photo shows the weld toe of the weld that was missed during grinding. The blade was welded from both sides meaning that this most likely is a butt weld and not complete pentration. This also shows underfill.
Second photo shows a slag inclusion and the three unmarked circular areas are most likely pin holes or unground areas of lack of fusion.
The third photo shows the offset where the blade was misaligned to the eye and the obvious warp in the blade.
This tool is unfit and unsafe for use. The lack of quality in what is supposed to be a throwing blade is shameful if not down right criminal. This could cause harm to the uneducated user.
Like many who will be buying this tomahawk, I was spurred by Wranglerstar's review of it. He got it for $24, but once the video posted the demand pushed the price up to $38. I went for it anyway, due to the well made look that Cody's had. I knew that the edge would be non-existent and the haft would need a good fitting. What Cody's specimen didn't have was what caused me to take off 3 stars.
Let me start with the good part. I liked the handle. The grain ran at a 45 degree angle to the bit and was finished in a light wax. It does have a bit of heartwood in it, but I don't mind. The fit was good to the top if the eye, but had gaps at the bottom. This is not an uncommon problem on budget hawks. I generally ensure that the head doesn't move during use and not worry too much about it looking perfect.
So mine came the same as Wranglerstar's, with about 1mm flat where the sides should meet to form an edge. I don;t think they intended to complete the edge, but just wanted to establish a bevel. Then things stared going south. The cheeks (sides) of the bit do have a nice rough finish and scale from forging and heat treating, but the top and bottom look like they were ground in the dark. The angle of the grind changes and multiple passes the don't line up. It looks like it was done by angle grinder and is similar to how metal looked when I first used the tool. I thought about trying to grind it flat myself, but considering I paid almost $40, I wanted something better than Cold Steel. This unfortunately is not it. The heads on the Cold Steels, while slathered in paint, are better finished.
Overall, if this were to cost $24, I might get one. Might. This would be after getting all the Cold Steel hawks, and all the offerings I like from Crazy Crow Trading Co. If you want something of similar size, weight and style Cold Steel Frontier Hawk. It will cost a few dollars more, but is much better than the hawk I rec'd. Strip the paint and the varnish from the handle and it you will find a tomahawk much better than this one.
Would not recommend.