Benchmade Knives: Black USA-Made Killian Tomahawk 172
Now here's a tool that has been around since mankind figured out how to beat a sharp edge onto a stone. You may automatically think of Native Americans when you hear the word "tomahawk," but in reality, this tool's history goes much further back. Today, the Benchmade 172 Black USA-Made Killian Tomahawk is an excellent example of modern materials used to improve a centuries-old design.
There are many applications for this handy tool, from lock removal to clearing an entryway. Whatever you use it for, your tomahawk is sure to strike against something hard, and it had better hold up. This one will: It's made by Benchmade, so you know it's high quality. The blade is made from 1095 carbon blade steel, and has a hardness of 57-60HRC. It features an apple seed mill bevel (blade sides are continuously curved in to the edge) for longer life. The head length is 7.50 inches, and the spike is 3.5 inches long. The full-tang handle has a G10 scale with a textured grip so you won't lose control of it. It also features a wedged end, which is useful for prying when called for. A sheath clip allows for easy transport. It comes with a nylon case to keep it clean and safe. This tool weighs in at 38.80 ounces, so you can carry it without struggle.
Reach for the lightweight, reliable and strong Benchmade 172 Black USA Made Killian Tomahawk when your task calls for a tool with strength and precision.
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