RMJ Tactical Jenny Wren Tomahawk

Aug 16, 2016

Category: Gear

From the good people over at RMJ Tactical comes another addition to their lineup of handmade quality tomahawks right here in the United States. This one, for instance, called the Jenny Wren, is their 2016 redesigned version built for a group of Special Operations and boasts lighter and faster maneuverability.

For this version, RMJ added some new choils along the grip. The purpose here is to allow the user to choke up on the hawk if necessary while reducing the risk of getting cut by the blade. It’s obvious then that RMJ designed this hawk with close quarters combat in mind seeing how it weighs in at only 20 ounces and built from 4140 Chrome-moly steel. The overall length measures in at around 11 1/2 inches and boasts textured G-10 FR4 3-D machined handle scales, a Cerakote finish, and comes with a lifetime guarantee against structural failure. They also come in a small variety of color options ranging from black to tan and are available now for $455. [Purchase]

Jenny Wren Tomahawk 2

Jenny Wren Tomahawk

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