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.
I liked the balance of the Kangee. The grip felt very comfortable in my hand. It is not as heavy as other T-Hawks on the market, which makes it easier to hike with. Nice axe. I recommend it.
2013-10-19 fort wayne, IN
received my chogan t-hawk through my local snap on dealer about 3 months ago... loved it from day one... great product. rmj did one hell of a job designing a t-hawk that doesn't have a lot of blade profile but yet digs into the wood and doesn't want to let go. I am also proud that it even has some blood on it after watching a co worker foolishly playing around found out the hard way how sharp this thing really is... took it camping a week and a half ago and and really gave it some work... performed flawlessly... took my veff sharp with me to touch up the edge if I needed to and it stayed in my bag the whole time. great edge retention if you use it for wood... I do keep it in my truck for a "just in case" scenario.... a must get or anyone with a B.O.B. or an I.N.C.H. bag
2013-08-25 newton, MS
You need an ax you can shave with? How about one that can cut through wood or steel without breaking, and is light and compact enough you can carry in the console of most any car?
This is that ax. Don't let the light weight make you think this isn't a tool built for hard and heavy tasks and move on to the next one.
I love it. It has taken all the abuse I have put it through and come out with a scratched finish, and running my DMT diamond stones across its blade quickly restored its shaving edge. Get two. One for your go bag or kit gear set up, and the second for your car/truck, because you never know in today's world. It could help you save someone in a wreck, or yourself if bad things seek you out....