SOG Specialty Knives & Tools F01T Tactical Tomahawk, Black

SOG Tomahawk Tactical Axe with Sheath - “Tomahawk” F01TN-CP Breaching Axe and Tactical Tomahawk with Sheath + 2.75” Hardcased Black Chopping Axe Hatchet Blade

  • 15.75" HARDCASED BLACK STAINLESS STEEL TACTICAL AXE: The Tomahawk hatchet is a versatile breaching axe, chopping axe, camping axe and backpacking hatchet with a 2.75" stainless steel blade
  • 24 OZ. LIGHTWEIGHT HAND AXE: Light yet very heavy-duty, the Tomahawk hatchet is a durable utility and breaching axe, and a practical choice as a versatile axe tool and camp axe
  • TACTICAL TOMAHAWK WITH SHEATH: Tactical axe includes a ballistic nylon sheath that can be slung from your belt or gear for easy access; an effective hunting hatchet and camping axe
  • HAMMER EDGE + PIERCING SPIKE: The Tomahawk hatchet features a checkered hammer edge and a spike opposite the tactical axe head for piercing
  • SOG FOR LIFE: Take care of your tactical axe and we'll take care of you; we gladly consider repairs and replacements for your properly maintained SOG Tomahawk hatchet
Based on the Vietnam Tomahawk, the new tactical Tomahawk is an extreme evolution of the original which was considered one of the more unusual weapons of its day. Today there is a Real need for a versatile tool for breaching operations, excavation, obstacle removal, extraction, and other utility applications. The 420 stainless steel head with hard cased coating is mounted to the fiberglass reinforced nylon handle with heavy-duty bolts and a steel ferrule for stability. Side hammer checkering insu

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3 Responses to SOG Specialty Knives & Tools F01T Tactical Tomahawk, Black

  1. peacekeeper says:
    234 of 242 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A LITTLE CLARITY IS NEEDED, April 28, 2009
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    This review is from: SOG Specialty Knives & Tools F01T Tactical Tomahawk, Black (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I purchased this hawk last year and I am very happy with it. I too looked at the mixed reviews and then did my homework. It needs pointing out that SOG have made two versions of this hawk. The first was with a hardwood handle. I believe the bad reviews are probably from people who bought these. I imagine that is why SOG came out with another version which featured a plastic handle. This is the type I purchased. The design is the same as the earlier model, but the new handle makes all the difference. I have abused mine by cutting tree limbs and throwing, and apart from a few scuffs and dirt, the head still sits snug like when it first arrived. Granted you could purchase a super tomahawk that would cost a huge amount, but for the price this hawk suits me fine. Apart from function it is also a nice looking tool/weapon which is suitable for both CQB or light breach work. As another reviewer stated, the sheath is good as it is one of the faster to draw from sheaths I have seen, and allows it to drop straight in to your hand. If money is no object then go for the super deluxe models being sold, but if that’s not the case you won’t be dissapointed with this product. Just make sure you purchase the newer style plastic handle.

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  2. JEFF MURRAY says:
    193 of 204 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    sog fusion tomahawk, January 28, 2010
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    JEFF MURRAY (SOUTH CAROLINA) –

    This review is from: SOG Specialty Knives & Tools F01T Tactical Tomahawk, Black (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Amazon will not let me put the video in, so go to youtube type in Sog Fusion under handbook live. The video says it all.

    It obviously would not take the abuse that my K5 tactical spike does, but I see no breakage with this product. . It will go through cinder blocks, bricks, I slammed it through a truck hood. A 63 ford truck hood to be exact. It will knock out glass and clear the sill. It will chop 2×4’s in half. It would be a very useful entry tool, (simply drive the spike next to the door latch and kick). It will puncture tires so a suspect could not get away in a car. It will split smaller pieces of green wood. The hawk face is quite sharp and maintains a good edge even when chopping edgewise into heavy gauge sheet metal. The face is not down swept as a fighting hawk would be. But it would still hold it’s own. With proper technique applied you could chop into the spine the throat and still hook and disarm an opponent. The spike is not sharpened all of the way around. It has more of a chisel edge that is great for chopping holes in cinder blocks to have firing holes to engage enemy targets. I have had no problem with using this product as it was intended. Remember this is a breacher/ extraction tool. You wouldn’t use a screw driver as a hammer would you? Don’t answer that. It held up very well to my abuse. To me this is a self defense weapon and tactical breeching tool. The lightness of the handle and it being head heavy gives it a balance and allows you to get a decent swing from the hawk. This is definitely not a slashing type of hawk. To be a good slasher the hawk face needs to have a belly or down sweep. In the future from Sog I would like to see a better head design. Get rid of the holes, give us the full weight and a better head attachment. But let’s be honest. If you want an axe by an axe. If you want a thrower by a one piece Gil Hibben. This stands up well to the everyday challenges presented to it. If your handle broke? Send it back and get another one. The Chinese QC is iffy at best. Americans should know that by now. Send it back and get another one or order the American tomahak CQC $295.00 or in my oppinion the best tomahawk on the market today is the K5 tactical Spike $199.00. In my opinion ( former Marine) 14 years. I have used tomahawks throughout my life. In service and out. This is a very decent hawk for the price. I would recommend this as a entry level hawk to anyone interested in owning one but does not have 200 or 300 dollars to spend. You get the same features in the hawk that the higher priced ones have.

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  3. Big Fred "Big Fred" says:
    64 of 70 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product!, June 27, 2008
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    Big Fred “Big Fred” (California, USA) –

    Anyone looking for a well made and well designed hand axe for up close and personal nastiness, look no further. This is it! SOG knows what they are doing. The design is all business. The axe blade comes shaving sharp so take this as a warning. They have even ground the upper and lower blade points to a needle sharpness. The oppossing pick end is ground from six angles making it very functional. The pick is flared at the end so that it will create a larger wound channel and remove easily. The axe head is securely attached to the metal handle shaft with 4 star screws and there is a metal reinforcing ring around the area where the metal shaft is joined to the nylon handle. The weight and balance (towards the axe head) are perfect. They get kudos for the scabbard design. It is intended for a fignting axe. It drops the axe into your hand from the bottom opening scabbard with one handed ease. Looks, feels, and functions as a weapon should. I should have known as I own other SOG knives and they are all quality products. Even though this is one of their import products you can see it is still SOG all the way. Exactly what I was looking for!

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