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I noticed at Home Depot an Estwing Tomahawk. Made in America and priced at $40. Amazon sells it for $35. The entire thing from the head to the handle is forged steel and it feels like a hefty, heavy duty tool. Might be a good weapon to keep under the seat of your truck (carjacker bludgeoned by bad ass patriot wielding a tomahawk) or for the next antifa invasion of your neighborhood.

https://www.amazon.com/Estwing...uction/dp/B00AYLJE8E


Pair it with their 12 inch forged machete for more bad assery.

https://www.amazon.com/Estwing...rds=estwing+tomahawk



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Great, another $40 I can kiss goodbye. I don't know why but it looks cool as hell and for the price, why not?


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It IS cool as hell. I have one in my pickup for emergencies. Very flat too- easy to put in my door pocket for easy access if I have to smash a window to get out or something.




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According to Amazon the tomahawk, machete and double-bit axe are often bought together. Only 114.85 Razz


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I've got one and it spent a year or so in my gear bag in my CSI van. It was great for smashing things. It was the absolute bees knees for taking out autoglass.
 
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Not that up on axe tech here.
Any advantage for axes with straight leading edges vs. curved ones?


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Straight has disadvantages, as does the spike side with its flare. Chiefly, that it is more difficult to dislodge from what you've swung into.

For the price looks difficult to go too wrong.




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..more difficult to dislodge from what you've swung into.


That makes sense. I guess the upside would be removing a little more material, no?

I've got a crappy old Boy Scout hatchet with too short a handle and an unbalanced pain to use. I think something between my machetes and chain saw might be a good idea. Smile


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