Crazy Crow Trading Post Craft Tips Video: Barry Hardin shows you how to get a proper fit on your new hand forged tomahawk. How to maintain a proper tomahawk and handle fit over time as you use it. Throwing a tomahawk is guaranteed to loosen the handle. Barry shows you what to do to fix it! Also, why do these things come with the head and handle separate? Watch the video and find out!
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4.67/5 Stars out of 3 Reviews
Ronald Dunne (southern Colorado) | September 24th, 2021
I've had one of these for years, and it's the best all-around hawk I own, and I do have a few of these instruments for camp and general use. This one goes with me camping and competes well with my kukri for chopping chores. Only four stars because it is cast, not forged. Not sure how historically accurate that method is... Picky, I know, good hawk anyway.
Jeff Burris (Odessa, FL) | May 11th, 2020
I couldn't be happier with my this hawk. It's perfect and is the adult size version of the one I had as a kid. Forged, keeps quite an adequate edge all weekend for throwing and even some reasonable camp use. If they had the combo pack with the instructions and extra handle for ten more bucks at the time I'd have done that, since I ordered a spare handle. Loving it!
Hugh T O'Connor (patrick) | January 27th, 2020
Have carried these for years, great for throwing even better for cleaning deer, elk and hogs will split pelvis bones in one swing. Easy to clean and sharpen.