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SOG Tactical Tomahawks with Nylon Sheath

SOG Tactical Tomahawks with Nylon Sheath

Description

The SOG Tactical TomaHawk is a versatile tool that can be used for breaching, excavation, obstacle removal and other utility applications.

Features

  • Ballistic polymer handle
  • 420 Stainless steel
  • One year warranty
List Price
$64.25
Your Price
$44.55
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Based on the Vietnam Tomahawk the Tactical Tomahawk is an extreme evolution of the original, which was considered one of the more unusual weapons of its day. Today there is a real need for a versatile tool for breaching operations, excavation, obstacle removal, extraction, and other utility applications. The 420 stainless steel head with Hardcased coating is mounted to the Ballistic Polymer handle with heavy-duty bolts and a steel ferrule for additional handle reinforcement. Carried in a nylon sheath this is a universal tool for modern man.
Notable Specifications:
  • Overall Length:15.75"
  • Head Length:8.25"
  • Edge Length:2.75"
  • Weight:24.0 oz
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