SOG Throwing Tomahawks

Dec 31, 2015

Category: Gear

SOG Specialty Knives is a company that’s well-known for its self defense tools, and one of their most impressive products is a set of three Throwing Tomahawks.

These tomahawks can be used for throwing, or they can be used as a normal small axe. Each tomahawk uses one-piece construction, and they have a stainless steel paracord wrapped around the handles. They have 3Cr13 steel blades with an overall length of 10.17″, weighing 25.4 ounces each. Along with the tomahawks themselves, buyers also receive ballistic nylon carry/storage sheaths for each axe. They’re well-balanced, scratch resistant, and their aerodynamic design make them great throwing tomahawks. What’s more, the set comes with a limited lifetime warranty. If you’re looking for a dependable throwing tomahawk, the set is available now for $50. [Purchase]

SOG Throwing Tomahawks 2

SOG Throwing Tomahawks 3

SOG Throwing Tomahawks 4

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