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CHOGAN™ HATCHET

Designed by Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical in Chattanooga, Tennessee
Half hatchet, half axe. Fully built to withstand all tasks.

Designed by Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical, the Chogan™ Hatchet is based on a classic rifelman’s tomahawk hatchet from 1804. Made from a solid chunk of 1055 carbon steel that is hot forged into a rock-solid head, this multipurpose tool splits the work of setting up your campsite in half. Equipped with a tough, yet lightweight glass-reinforced nylon handle made to withstand humidity, this hatchet axe combo chops up kindling to keep your fire roaring, while hammering stakes deep into the ground. Both practical and tactical, you’ll never feel more confident with this in your adventure bag.
$48.00
Lifetime Warranty
 
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Blade Length3.16" (80.29 mm)
Blade EdgePlain
Blade Steel1055 Carbon Steel
Blade FinishManganese Phosphate Coating
Blade Thickness0.91" (23.06 mm)
Overall Length13.19" (334.98 mm)
Closed Length13.19" (334.98 mm)
Weight1.48 lb (0.67 kg)
HandleGlass Reinforced Nylon
StyleHatchet
Half hatchet, half axe. Fully built to withstand all tasks. Designed by Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical, the Chogan™ Hatchet is based on a classic rifelman’s tomahawk hatchet from 1804. Made from a solid chunk of 1055 carbon steel that is hot forged into a rock-solid head, this multipurpose tool splits the work of setting up your campsite in half. Equipped with a tough, yet lightweight glass-reinforced nylon handle made to withstand humidity, this hatchet axe combo chops up kindling to keep your fire roaring, while hammering stakes deep into the ground. Both practical and tactical, you’ll never feel more confident with this in your adventure bag.

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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