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Old 03-02-2009, 12:12 PM
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Found a really nice Tomahawk that's coming out soon by Ontario. I think this is their first tomahawk to reach their lines and it looks really nice. FULL STEEL construction, so the head won't fall off like my Rifleman's hawk did. Good, steel, 1075, good handle, and good sheath. http://www.knifeworks.com/ontariordh...ckmicarta.aspx
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Very Cool, A little Pricey.
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Looks like magy you could use it as a ice axe..well, that is if you aint got nothing bether at hand at the moment_
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Yeah, that's the retail price though, it hasn't come out yet sadly. Hopefully the dealer price will be a lot cheaper.
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I liked that funky looking gunstock type tomahawk that Chingachgook used to woop Magua's ass in Last of The Mohican's....
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I would like the Ontario hawk better without the spike on the back but spiked hawks are in vogue right now.
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They got one of those too. Its their other version. http://www.knifeworks.com/ontariordh...micarta-1.aspx
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I just got a SOG fusion Hawk and it's really nice. it was 42.00 shipped.

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I just got a SOG fusion Hawk and it's really nice. it was 42.00 shipped.

http://www.sog-knives.net/sog-knife.php?prodnum=F01T-P
Oh, I saw that at the gun show a week or 2 ago. It looked REALLY nice, very sharp. The reason I would like to get the Ontario one though is the 1075 carbon steel and its a very plain and simple construction that looks like it could take a lot of abuse. And hold a decent edge too because of the carbon steel.
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