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One piece stainless steel constructionPerfectly balanced for throwing3 separate tips for penetrationIncludes a custom fitted sheath11 3/8" overall length
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Crafted from a single piece of AUS6 stainless steel and finished in classic satin/silver, this throwing axe is designed to slash through the air and nail the bulls eye with ease. Includes black nylon sheath. 5 3/8 in. blade, 11 3/8 in. overall.
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I sharpened this bad boy up and it throws great! Sticks into wood easily and throws like a knife
Has a good edge and feels good in the hand. Would recommend this
Bought a dozen of these on a BOGO to add to my bug out bags. WICKED SHARP!! As usual from BUDK, I am very pleased. Wrapping handles in paracord to double them as a survival hatchet.
I got two of these and after a couple of hours of throwing they are still in great shape I would highly recommend this product
I got this after the handle on my m48 hawk broke, and I had to replace it. So, no more throwing the m48. This was an excellent replacement thrower (the handle won't break,) and is a lot of fun for bujinkan training. The stainless steel makes a satisfying thwack & ringing noise when it hits the target, and It sticks in the target often. If you like throwing stars/knives, this is an excellent addition to your arsenal.
I gotta say, wasn't expecting much for just $10. I was astonished at the quality of this tomahawk. Gotta say, to find any flaws in the workmanship you have to look HARD. If it weren't for the uneven and dull edge that came out of the box, this thing would get 5 stars. I recommend this to anyone looking for a good throwing hawk at a good price.
these little guys are perfect for learning or teaching the art of throwing an axe. The bogo deal makes it even better. a great learning tool for someone with smaller hands, not so heavy to tire out the thrower, but too light for much more than soft target practice. Get a couple of them from the BOGO section and just have a little back yard fun.
This is the lightest, most petite tac ax ever, which is both it's greatest strength and worst weakness. As a flyer, it is so light it often fails to stick when striking directly on the belly of the blade. Further, the light weight caused it to float at the longer distances (4+ rotations). It throws a lot more like a bent nosed knife than a tomahawk. I've lost them, broken them, bent them, but who cares. BOGO makes them cheap and cheap is one of the most important virtues of any thrown weapon because thrown weapons are expendable. Buy 'em, throw 'em, stick 'em. What more do you want?
Getting theses on bogo makes them well worth the price. Actually there a steel on bogo. I think of theses axes as more of really big throwing knives simply because they are smaller then your average hand axe but larger then your average throwing knife. Over all they work good and are fun to throw. They sharpen up easy and stick into a target board easy. I wouldn't try throwing them into a tree because like I said they are smaller then a normal hand axe and not as heavy, but if you have a good target then there awesome!!!
I have bought 6 of these axes because they are so good. They are inexpensive and they have a good weight and I can get them to stick easily. Thanks BudK!