Hardcore Hardware Rhino Tactical Tomahawk

Jan 5, 2016

Category: Gear

Hack and slash video games are some of the finest stress relievers known to modern man (says us). But when your system freezes up, then what? We say helicopter yourself into some dense, desolate, South American jungle and try to hack and slash your way to safety with this MFE01 Rhino Tactical Tomahawk from Hardcore Hardware.

It can infinitely spawn med kits, there’s nothing else this jack-of-all-tools can’t do; hammer, smash, chop, dig, split—you name it. There’s a nail puller, pry bar, axe head, and more, all made from D2 tool steel with a Teflon coating. Choose your handle in flat black or coyote brown. The MFE01 was jointly created by Hardcore Hardware and the Australian Army, and we’re guessing those guys have hacked and slashed a smidgen in their day. [Purchase]

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