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In the Gallery mm6mm6 posted a Tomahawk he sent a friend. I never owned one and figured it was time, I ordered one for me and one for my brother.

I got them yesterday and they are really nice! Bobby Tyler does Color Case Hardening for Henry and private folks, too.
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Cool! Very nice!
 
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Very nice! Glad you like 'em!

I spent some time at the SHOT Show talking with Bobby Tyler. Really a terrific guy. He is doing case hardening for the Bond Arms derringers, the Desert Eagle, and some other factory guns.

He has a special Ruger Bearcat limited edition 1 of 200 with his case hardening that is spectacular.

Really fun to hear his "one man shop" story and his entrepreneurship.
 
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Those look great!



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Is it light enough to wield one-handed?


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Is it light enough to wield one-handed?


It's definitely a one hander. I've never really handled tomahawks so I'm not sure how they should feel, The shaft seem thin to me but I can't imagine it being much thicker and it's a substantial head.

The head on this is 14 oz, his Viking Ship Builder is 27 oz. I think that would a real handful!


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Now I have to figure out which one to order!
 
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They look too pretty to use.




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