SOG Tactical Tomahawks – Throwing Hatchet, Throwing Tomahawk, Survival Tactical Axe with Sheath and Emergency Breaching Tool with Spike (F01TN-CP)

September 24, 2019 - Comment
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The Tomahawk is a lightweight yet heavy-duty multiuse axe designed for the tactician as well as the practical user – a great breaching axe, camping axe and backpacking axe with a versatile ballistic nylon carry sheath. Use the Tomahawk at home, in camp and on the trail, and rely on it as a utility axe for breaching, evacuation and obstacle removal.

Product Features

  • SOG TACTICAL AXE WITH BITE: At 15.75 inches, these throwing hatchets and tomahawks are built to swing fast and true; these tomahawk throwing axes feature a razor-sharp 420 stainless steel hatchet blade
  • 24 OUNCE TACTICAL AXES: Light yet heavy-duty, tactical throwing hatchet is a superb survival axe and fire rescue tool; throwing tomahawk boasts a sleek black blade finish for added durability
  • EMERGENCY AXE WITH SOG TOMAHAWK SHEATH: This woodsmen-meets-urban tactical tomahawk snaps securely in its ballistic nylon sheath; includes belt loop for 1.5-inch belts
  • HAMMER AXE EDGE AND PIERCING SPIKE: FastHawk tactical survival axe features a flat edge for hammering and a spike for piercing; an emergency kit tool first, but versatile to handle small wood chopping tasks
  • SOG FOR LIFE: Take care of your SOG tomahawk throwing axe and we’ll take care of you; we gladly consider repairs and replacements for your properly maintained SOG FastHawk tomahawk hatchet


Anonymous says:

Cheap axe, worth the money. I purchased this tomahawk as a small campfire and hiking axe, as well for the fun of having a throwing tomahawk.I bought it at $30 and have to say it is worth it, given the price.PROS:–The hard plastic handle is ridged, making it easy to grip, even while wet or grimy.–The axehead came with a strong edge, and can be easily finished to a very sharp blade that lasts. (I used a Smith’s pocket Pal <$10 to fine tune the edge).–VERY light. the axe can be…

Anonymous says:

Good “Bang for the Buck” To be clear, I purchased this for chopping limbs and small trees during my kayak camping trips. I do not plan to use it as a self defense tool or close combat weapon. There are better products for that and, frankly, better weapons.Good tomahawk for the money. I was able to buy this one and the Fasthawk for $35(ish) here on Amazon during a sale and an instant rebate. After testing them on a 3-4 inch diameter Oak Tree limb I am reasonably satisfied. I definitely recommend the…

Anonymous says:

Didn’t last a day in the field… This tomahawk seemed too good to be true. Less than $30 for a tactical tomahawk? I had seen a youtube review in which this tool developed similar problems to mine in field conditions, but I thought I would give it a shot.I experienced the same failure in one day of use. Clearly in form and name this is an implement that is intended to be used for striking things. (Duh!) Unfortunately it is not well designed for that use. The tang (the part of the blade that is inserted into the…

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