USMC Tactical Tomahawk EngravedTomahawks were used throughout the Vietnam War in the late 1960s and early 1970s to cut through jungle brush and chop, slice and dig to survive. While the US military did not officially issue tomahawks, the Marines, Army Rangers and Navy SEALs used them as discreet tools to get the job done. The US Marines were known to use hawks regularly and within the circle of brotherhood, tomahawks have a special meaning.
Today, the US military still does not officially issue tomahawks, but that does not stop Marines from using them in combat and special ops regularly. The tomahawk is a compact and efficient tool to cut, chop, slice and dig. It's a tool that is light-weight and effective in the field or at home.
Our USMC Tomahawk is built with modern day materials to endure the freezing temperatures or desert heat. The blade is constructed of blackened stainless steel. The handle is made of nylon reinforced fiberglass with black cord wrapped around it for solid grip. And it comes with a black nylon belt sheath to protect the blade.
This is a robust hawk with substantial cutting power. Sure it will look great setting on your desk, but this hawk was meant to cut and chop.
Whether you need one for a special gift or 20 for a military event, FirePoint Creations, has you covered. As always orders over $90 earn free shipping anywhere in the United States of America.