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Cold Steel Trench Hawk Axe 90PTH
Expected Arrival: 07/24/2015
Product Is Temporarily Unavailable For Purchase
Our Trench Hawk may well be the perfect antidote to the raw terror of eyeball to eyeball combat in the confined spaces of a trench, bunker, alley or narrow hallway.
All it takes is one stroke from either the vicious cutting edge or its brutal wedge shaped spike to end the fight, and if the party begins at longer range the Trench Hawk's twin "business ends" make an accurate throw a breeze, since there's double the chance of a lethal hit. When used defensively, the Trench Hawk's cutting edge and spike also provide a big advantage, as either can be used for hooking or trapping and, like our Spike Hawk, their combined length can be used to parry or block an incoming blow.
Drop forged from 1055 carbon steel and differentially hardened, the head of the Trench Hawk will withstand tremendous blows and the awful stress of continued throwing.
The handle of the Trench Hawk is also highly resistant to shock and impact and will withstand abuse that would easily break even a tough hickory handle. And, as an added benefit, is easily and cheaply replaced when finally worn out or broken from repeated throwing (NOTE: any handle can, and will, break eventually).
Finally, to help protect its owner from its cutting edge and dangerously sharp spike, it comes with a patented Secure- Exâ„¢ sheath that features a cleverly articulated design.
- Overall Length: 19 in.
- Hawk Length: 8 3/4 in.
- Primary Edge: 3 1/2 in.
- Steel: Drop Forged 1055 Carbon.
- Weight: 24 oz.
- Handle: Polypropylene.
- Sheath: Durable Polypropylene Sheath.
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