Peregrine tomahawk

Discussion in 'Knives & Other Discussion' started by BenT, Jul 31, 2013.

  1. BenT

    BenT
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    I just finished up this hawk tonight. This is the first full tang hawk I have done, and I am very pleased with how it came out.
    I did a wip on it if you are interested in seeing the process...Full tang axes and hawk {WIP}
    I have to give credit to Daniel Winkler for the bungee retention idea on the sheath, it is a simple but very functional way of locking the hawk in place.
    The Steel is 4140, with an OAL of 11", a head length of 5 1/4", and a cutting edge that is 2 7/8" long.
    Let me know what you guys think.

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  2. Sun195

    Sun195
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    I'm not normally a tactical tomahawk fan, but that looks nice.
     
  3. Mezzovex

    Mezzovex
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    I like it. How much? Lol
     
  4. Sodbuster

    Sodbuster
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    yeah, what Mezzovex said. "How much?"

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  5. BenT

    BenT
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    Thanks guys. I don't think I can post pricing in this thread, as it is not a sales thread. But if you are interested in pricing on anything, just shoot me an email bentendick at gmail.com
     
  6. ogre

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    That looks nice. What does it weigh?
     
  7. BenT

    BenT
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    Thanks. It weighs in at 1lb 8oz.
     

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