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Estwing Black Eagle Tomahawk Axe

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Original price $79.99
Original price $79.99 - Original price $79.99
Original price $79.99
Current price $69.99
$69.99 - $69.99
Current price $69.99

American-made Black Eagle Tomahawk Axes are designed for sportsmen and military professionals. The lightweight design makes it easy to carry and with Estwing’s Shock Reduction Grip for comfort and durability. Black Eagle tools are perfectly balanced and weighted, and made to last. American forged in one piece out of genuine American steel.

Designed for sportsmen and military professionals. Use for breaching, excavation, extrication, trenching, cutting and digging. 15 1/2" overall. 7" head with 2 1/2" beveled cutting edge and 2 3/4" spike. American forged in one piece out of genuine American steel. Raised lettering on belly. Perfectly balanced for optimal control and lightweight. Embroidered nylon belt sheath. Bulk packed. Blue patented nylon vinyl shock reduction grip. Estwing Blue U.V. finish axe head and body. Blue sheath.

  • Solid America Steel
  • Hand Sharpened Edge
  • 16" length
  • Pointed tip for breaching
  • Axe edge for cutting, chopping, clearing
  • Black Shock Reduction Grip®
  • Black Nylon Sheath Included
  • Made in the U.S.A.


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Handles more like a sword than a tomahawk, high quality, great ergonomics

This thing is very well made the quality is 10/10. The edge could have a shallower angle to it but it will do fine as is, since it is supposed to be a tough item. I like the full tang construction a lot. Also, it handles more like a sword or machete than an axe/tomahawk. It feels very light, fast and nimble in the hand compared to my other tomahawks. The only thing I specifically do not like is the handle. While very utilitarian in nature, the handle does not match the aesthetic of the rest of the tomahawk at all. I do wish Estwing offered this without a handle, as a sort of finished blank. Then the buyer would be able to make their own handle, or wrap in paracord as many seem to do with knives. On the plus side, the handle means it is very comfortable to wield and will never slip out of your hand even when it is wet. Overall, I really like. If anyone has successfully removed the rubber handle please let me know how you did it without making a mess of it.

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