Blue Wrench Tomahawk by Pearce Knives

Jun 30, 2016

Category: Gear

In case you’ve ever wanted to outfit a tomahawk from a favorite wrench of yours don’t bother, Pearce Knives has beaten you to the punch. But that doesn’t mean you still can’t own one. Luckily, the Arkansas-based business does a fine job with their craft and since it’s made in America, you really can’t go wrong.

Referred to as the Blue Wrench Tomahawk, each product is made from a standard wrench with a forged blade over 2-inches wide. At the opposite end of the blade lies a spike, outfitted with a handle  thatis curved in an ergonomic fashion to fit your hand with ease. The Pearce Knives mission is to provide the best products to enthusiasts around the country and the Blue Wrench Tomahawk, simple in design yet durable in function, certainly adheres to this mission. Perfect for those looking for a fully functional tomahawk without any flair in the name of humility. The Blue Wrench Tomahawk is priced at $100. [Purchase]

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