Berserker Axe

Jun 14, 2016

Category: Gear

RMJ Tactical has done it again, releasing an axe that looks as tough as it is functional. It’s called the Berserker, not affiliated with Clerks (believe us we checked), and is expected to be released this fall. The design is medieval, and one look at this thing alludes to long nights in the Northern European forest.

And this makes sense too. For the Berserker is based on a 9th century Viking wood axe, finished with an all-steel integral design. It’s a CNC machined beast sporting a length of 15-inches and a weight of 40-ounces. The blade is made from solid 4140 Chrome-moly steel and the handle boasts a machined-look with Cerakote. It comes in either black or army green and because each Berserker Axe is differentially heat treated, it’s sure to hold up and remain useful for years to come. You can pre-order the axe through RMJ Tactical with deliveries expected this fall. Backed by a lifetime warranty, each axe is priced at $580. [Purchase]

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