CRKT T-Hawk Woods Nobo

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Build a Nice Log Cabin Fire. Heck, Build a Nice Log Cabin Home.

This traditionally-modeled two-handed camp axe with a hickory handle and hot forged blade, will make your life easier when you’re off the grid.

Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical in Chattanooga, TN designed the Nobo™ T-hawk. He’s a specialist in applying modern engineering to centuries old tool concepts, and upping the ante once again with a new outdoor line of tomahawks that swing as big as the open wilderness in which they’re found.

The design for this T-Hawk is modeled after the classic trade tomahawks common during the 18th century. Carried by Native Americans and frontiersmen alike. The Nobo™ is made from a solid chunk of 1055 carbon steel that is hot forged into a rock-solid head and features a hammer finish. With primary and secondary edge bevels that are flat ground, it cuts through timber like a beaver.

The thick wood handle is made in the USA from Tennessee hickory. It's comfortable in hand and sealed with a lacquer coat that adds durability whenever you're in the backcountry—in other words, all the time.

Grab hold of the Nobo™ T-Hawk and split some wood—like a cord’s worth.

SPECIFICATIONS
Blade Length: 3.471" (88.16 mm)
Blade Edge: Axe
Blade Steel: 1055 Carbon Steel
Blade Finish: Clear Lacquer
Blade Thickness: 0.460" (11.68 mm)
Overall Length: 19.13" (485.9 mm)
Weight: 1.59 lb (0.72 kg)
Handle: Tennessee Hickory
Style: Tomahawk

Gun City is NZ's largest firearms dealers. We have been selling, importing, exporting, manufacturing, customising and repairing firearms and accessories since 1978. We have the largest range of guns, ammo and accessories available now, online in New Zealand.

Please call our shop for more information on +64 3 379-8888 in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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