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well... i don't see this tanto shaped spike they are referring too, and the square .5" (with grips) handle does not sound very ergonomic.

but apart from that its bad ass!
 

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Supposedly tomohawks are a really good hand held weapon, but I tend to stay away from products that are advertised bathing in any kind of fire.
 

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if you needed a tommy hawk, id suggest a gerber/fiskars hatche or sport axe.its not as cool looking as some of the tactical axes but it sure is functional and affordable.
 

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the gg&g tommy hawk axe is way over priced, mostly for show, might be a good tool but way to pricey to be a bounce around item.
 

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That thing would be a pain in the ass to use for rough carpentry. Hatchets and 'hawks have flat to slightly rounded blades for a reason: so you can shape wood. The apex of that angled blade would get snagged in wood and go dull early, and generally be awkward.

Also, 44 OUNCES? It's only 13 and a quarter inches long! It must be made of depleted uranium. A tomahawk that long should weigh about the same as a 16 ounce claw hammer.

If you want to kick ass, I recommend this instead:
 
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