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2724-2

CHOGAN™ HAMMER REPLACEMENT HANDLE

Designed by Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical in Chattanooga, Tennessee
Are you a brute and your untamed chopping power broke your CRKT® Chogan™ Hammer handle? No problem. We have the replacement handle for your CRKT® T-Hawk right here. This Tennessee hickory handle is the replacement handle for the Chogan™ Hammer, Beserker™, Woods Chogan™ T-Hawk, Woods Nobo™ T-Hawk and the Woods Kangee™ T-hawk. It's made in the USA, twice burned and buffed to add grip when you're in the backcountry.
  • Durable: Tennessee hickory is a dense material that withstands hard use
  • Well Built: Made in the USA
  • Replacement handle for 2724, 2730, 2730K, 2730KS, 2730S, 2732, 2735
$15.00
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Weight9.60 oz. (272.16 g)
HandleTennessee Hickory
StyleAccessory
Are you a brute and your untamed chopping power broke your CRKT® Chogan™ Hammer handle? No problem. We have the replacement handle for your CRKT® T-hawk right here. This Tennessee hickory handle is the replacement handle for the Chogan™ Hammer, Beserker™, Woods Chogan™ T-Hawk, Woods Nobo™ T-Hawk and the Woods Kangee™ T-hawk. It's made in the USA, twice burned and buffed to add grip when you're in the backcountry. To replace the handle, remove the old handle by carefully placing the butt of the old handle on the ground and tapping the head of the T-Hawk with a mallet until it slides down. To put the new handle on, slide the head onto the handle from the tapered end until it is seated on the thicker end of the handle. Next, hold the handle of the T-Hawk with the head down and hit the ground or a hard surface sharply several times to seat the head onto the handle. Changes in humidity may cause the head to become loose so be sure to check before use.

Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

The fireplace is never without wood at the Johnson house. That’s because for years at RMJ Tactical, Ryan has been building some of the finest custom tomahawks this country has ever seen. Applying modern engineering to centuries-old tool and weapon concepts, he redefined the role of tomahawks in Law Enforcement and Special Forces Military Applications.

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