Spend less time chasing tomahawks and more time perfecting every toss. Our ready-to-go Hand Forged Tomahawk 3 Pack gives you more savings and 3 times the action!
Constantly in pursuit of American-made greatness, we were inspired to try a new approach to the tomahawk. Our rustic and rugged 1095 tool-steel hand-forged tomahawks hit the mark for sure, but when we found out that we could cast tomahawks out of the same S7 steel used for the tips of jack hammers, we had to try it. Pretty tough, right?
Across the country axe and tomahawk-throwing bars are popping up. May sound a bit extreme to some, but we just see it as a game of darts, where the darts weigh 1.5lbs and could fell a small tree... If you're going to play a high stakes sport, we all know you better have the best gear in the game. That's while you'll soon see the Mountain Man Toy Shop's tomahawk in said bars and why this tomahawk is the best one for your backyard target.
If you've thrown a tomahawk before, you know there are few sounds more gratifying then the sound of a tomahawk sinking into a wood crosscut. Our S7 tomahawk is designed to have perfect balance for throwing with bull’s eye accuracy. Drinking PBR’s and throwing tomahawks at camp or in the backyard is nothing but old fashioned fun. The cast S7 steel construction also makes it a super high performance working hatchet for camping and hunting. The relatively lightweight design of the tomahawk is an ideal addition to any pack. Capable of slitting the pelvis and sternum of large Jackson Hole game elk, moose or bison in no time at all, the round blade edge also works great for skinning. No mountain man would have left the rendezvous without one.
Each Throwing Hawk is cast from American S7 tool steel. Heat treated to increase this steel's already excellent impact and shock resistance you'll typically find S7 in bull riveters and concrete breakers - this tomahawk can take all you've got.
Made in Victor, Idaho
Tomahawk handles are secured with a pressure fit (i.e. no pins or glue, etc). They will naturally come lose and are easily knocked back into place by tapping the top end of the handle on a stump or ledge until the head knocks back into place. This is a design feature for two reasons: