Artisan Tomahawk Axe: A Fusion of Ancient Skill & Modern Sport
Delve into a rich tapestry of history and modern athleticism with our Artisan Tomahawk Axe, handcrafted for both the discerning collector and the passionate competitor. With a lineage that traces back to the Middle Ages, this 18" axe pays homage to ancient warriors and present-day sports enthusiasts alike.
Whether you're a historical reenactor, an axe-throwing competitor, or a lumberjack sports aficionado, this tomahawk promises a symphony of precision, balance, and craftsmanship. Designed to revolve end over end when hurled overhead, its objective is to make a single perfect rotation, ensuring the blade meets its mark with pinpoint accuracy.
Masterful Blade Craftsmanship:
Fashioned from the legendary Pattern welded Damascus steel, our axe boasts an artistry rarely seen. With its origin steeped in ancient blade-making traditions, the steel undergoes a meticulous process. Eleven distinct pieces are folded five times, culminating in 352 intricately layered strata. With a Rockwell hardness rating that fluctuates between 55 and 56 HRC, the blade strikes the ideal balance between keen sharpness and resolute durability.
This masterpiece is forged using 1095 steel, celebrated as the pinnacle of high-carbon steels. It promises an edge that remains razor-sharp even after the fiercest impacts. A handle crafted from Hickory wood, known for its resilience and firm grip, complements the steel's elegance.
- Overall Length: A balanced 11.5" for optimal throwing dynamics.
- Axe Head Size: A finely honed 4.5", designed to cleave the air and strike true.
- Handle: Crafted from sturdy Hickory Wood, ensuring longevity and grip.
- Sheath: Premium leather sheath, both a mark of quality and a protector of the blade.
- Blade Material: Authentic Damascus steel, resonating with centuries of blade-making mastery.
Small Tomahawk Ax-Handmade High Carbon Damascus Steel Ax / Axe
I like the blade, but the handle is kinda cheep was expecting a little more. The axe handle shouldn't be glued in. If it was put together correctly it should just be wedged in, with some kind of spliter in the top. And, the head was put on kinda crooked. Needless to say I'll be taking the handle out and putting my own in.
Another very well made blade. You would be surprised how a small hatchet like this comes in handy. I have carried one with in reach ever since I have driven, when the hatchet I carried in my truck broke after 55 years the first place I looked for a replacement was here. I was not disappointed in the least
EVERYTHING from the handle to the blade was excellently crafted. Please note due to your particular weather, the handle may shrink a bit and the head gets a little loose. If that happens just rap the but end of the handle until it gets tight, wood is wood after all.