The Best Tactical Tomahawks
Are you searching for a useful tool that can dig you a foxhole, pry open doors, and fend off the charging masses? The Tatical Tomahawk is the tool you are looking for.
Here’s the best of best!
BENCHMADE BLACK CLASS KILLIAM TOMAHAWK
If you need to get out (or into) a building, this is the tool you’ll want at your side. It is the heavy breachers dream. The full tang head is perfect for prying open the toughest of obstacles. Picking it up, it feels more like a heavy-duty crowbar than a tomahawk. Unless you want to blow out your shoulder, you won’t want to try to do much chopping or fighting, but when it comes to getting through a door or a wall, the 172 has few rivals
SMITH & WESSON E&E TOMAHAWK
The Extraction and Evasion model by S&W doesn’t really specialize in any particular area but rather gives you better than average usage in all arenas. It is light enough for combat, sturdy enough for some breaching, and able to punch and pry thanks to the full tang head. It is the standard fallback for those days when you don’t know what to expect.
UNITED CUTLERY BLACK RONIN
If you’re looking for an inexpensive Tomahawk that is great for throwing at targets. The Black Ronin is perfect. While it is passable for chopping, it’s real strength is it’s usefulness at a throwing weapon. Since you’ll have to retrieve it after you throw it, you might want to get a few…
BROWNING SHOCK N’ AWE
If there is a Standard Sidearm of Tomahawks, this beauty sure qualifies. The compact Shock and Awe is perfect for close quarters combat with it’s penetrating spike, and useful for chopping with it’s hardened steel blade.
HARDCORE HARDWARE LFT01
Generally when you thing of high impact power and force you think of a larger tomahawk, but the LFT01 delivers it with a smaller design. The large head works well for digging as well as busting open locks or those pesky brick walls. As far as tactical tomahawks go, this gives you all the “Hulk Smash” capability you need while not wearing you down as you use it. The multiple grips improve combat performance for hatchet and knife fighters, while also allowing for dual-handed wielding for those times when you need to ventilate something with a quickness.