A useful tool of the professional trade; to have one is to know and appreciate its true worth in the field...especially ones this good.
Tomahawks have been a mainstay of utility in the military for a long time. From manual utility tasks to self-defense fighting tools, they have carved out a unique place in many a tactical gear bag.
Designer Ryan Johnson has been honing his tactical tomahawk designs over the last 30 years and has earned a dedicated and loyal fan base, particularly among special forces troops.
His Chogan™ and Kangee™ T-Hawks are shaped of single-piece steel with a curved handle and grip choils along the front for enhanced holding power. Full-length handle scales are checkered for added grip security, and can be removed for cleaning.
The two different models offer distinctive bladed head styles, which both provide exceptional utility and toughness.
Molle equipped, form-fitting Kydex sheaths slip over the head and secure with a buckled strap.
Available in both the Chogan™ and Kangee™ T-Hawk (tactical tomahawk) models.
You will find both of these T-Hawks very well balanced and easily controlled, while still being robust enough to handle most anything dished out.
Open Overall Length: 13.75 inches
Weight: 1 lb. 8.4 ounces
Blade Length: 2.93 inches
Blade Thickness: 0.23 inches
Blade Material: SK5 Carbon Steel
Finish: Black Powder Coat
Style: Axe Edge Front with Spike
Handle Material: Glass Filled Nylon; EDM Finish
Carry System: Black Kydex Sheath with Molle Clip Platform
Weight: 3.6 ounces
Great asset to have!By: Bram Sanders on 2 October 2014Ryan Johnson, of RMJ Tactical, in conjunction with Colombia River Knife & Tool, have collaborated to give us a sample of what RMJ are all about. The Kangee T Hawk, is in my opinion, an outstanding asset to have in your possession. If your looking for an "extraction" or "rescue" tool, look no further, this handy little hawk, will do it all. I purchased one from the guys at Extac, and have given it some extremely hard use, everything from cutting wood for camp fires, to prying open a 44 gallon drum, without any problems what so ever. I now keep it in my car as an emergency tool. However I hope I never have to use it in this type of situation , I'm sure that if I needed to, it would definitely get the job done. Thanks guys, for providing this quality product.