RMJ Tactical S13 Shrike Tomahawk

May 2, 2017

Category: Gear

While some may claim that a tomahawk in this day and age is unnecessary, they clearly have never encountered the likes of what RMJ Tactical manages to release on a semi-regular basis. Their newest offering, dubbed the S13 Shrike, is a lightweight and smaller version of their original Shrike and looks highly capable.

Each S13 boasts a length of 13 1/2” and features a head made of 3/8” thick 4140 steel. The head comes equipped with a 2 3/4” forward edge, a 2 7/8” spike at the rear and measures 7” across. RMJ also decided to finish the new S13 Shrike with Tungsten Cerakote, and included a handle tested up to 2,000 volts that features an over-molded and insulate grip. The entire piece weighs in at 21 ounces, can pierce level 3 soft armor and comes with an embedded sharpening stone in the handle. Nothing like remaining at the ready with one of these handy tomahawks when failure is not an option. Available now in three color options.

Purchase: $455

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