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There’s something decidedly awesome about Tomahawks. Maybe it’s the little boy in me that wishes he was still out climbing trees, building potato cannons, riding BMX, or playing Cowboys and Indians well past an appropriate age…
Maybe it’s because they are actually a useful tool. (Maybe both. And that’s ok too.)
Recently, Gerber released the Downrange Tomahawk. And it slashes in somewhere between the Tacticool SOG and something a little more well rounded.
Primarily the design is that of something practical. Instead of a spiked warhawk, this sports a hammer head. It also has a cutout head for gripping when using the pry-bar, a finger groove between the axe head and handle for chocking up on the axe, and a KG gun cote to keep the hawk from falling prey to rust.
The Downrange Tomahawk features and specs:
- Axe head (Kind of goes without say)
- Rear hammer head
- 420HC steel body with KG gun cote
- Desert tan G-10 scales
- Pry bar
- Molle compatible sheath
- Weighs in at 3.7lbs
- Length 22 inches
Read more or get your hawk on here