Gerber Downrange Tomahawk

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

After recently releasing their impromptu tactical pen, the team at Gerber is back at it again, this time with something a bit more damaging in the Gerber Downrange Tomahawk.

Seeing that we’re in the Call of Duty spirit leading up to the release of ‘Ghosts,’ we couldn’t think of a better time to highlight this beauty. Made right here in the U.S.A., this tomahawk pulls triple duty as a fully capable axe, blunt edge backside to be used as a hammer, and let’s not forget the pry bar located on the bottom end. Gerber built the desert tan survival weapon from a 420HC steel body, and mated it to a G-10 handle. With no moving parts, you better believe that this thing is ready to tear down, and pry open anything you can throw at it. There’s also a Molle compatible sheath, which makes it easy to bring along your favorite knife. [Purchase]

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