Two Hawks Warbeast (on the way)


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Okiegunner
February 26, 2013, 10:58 PM
I have been looking for a tomahawk lately. Not really anything "tactical" looking, spikes and such. I am not an "operator" (let me be clear, never was) or a soldier anymore and can not really see me having much need of a breeching tool.

I was leaning toward the CRKTs Chogan or Kangee, but they were just a little too tacticool for my taste.

With advice from some guys at one of the blade forums I found the "Two Hawks" line of tomahawks. Wow!! I was blown away by the photos and reviews of these hawks.

I found the Two Hawks "Warbeast" for $185.00 otd. It comes with 6150 steel, leather sheath and paracord wrapped handle. The handles are flame-grained seasoned hickory. These hawks come with a 25 year manufacture's warranty.

These hawks have a more traditional look to them. I'm really looking forward to mine coming in. Does anyone else own one of these? If so, what are your feelings about them?

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Il Duca
March 1, 2013, 06:25 PM
I had a Longhunter for a while and it was a very nice hawk. Fit and finish was excellent and it had nice balance. Nice poll for tent pegs and such too. I'd say it was great value for the money.

JShirley
March 1, 2013, 06:40 PM
Some of the 'hawks 200 and more years ago had spikes. The original tomahawk was a NA war club, then the term became synonymous with hatchet (sources in the Shooting Reviews 'hawk review I did a month or so ago).

The style with a rear spike appears to have been copied from boarding axes, but again, this isn't tactical unless you think buckskin and war paint is, too...

John

capcyclone
March 1, 2013, 07:56 PM
I have a pair of Two Hawks Woodsman that have found their way onto my wall in our cabin....they are beautiful tools - you'll love your Warhawk.

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