Walther Tactical Tomahawk

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

James Bond has wielded a lot of weapons during his days, and the Walther PPK is the most famous firearm used by 007 to date. In addition to firearms, the brand also makes a pretty awesome battle axe (among many other things). Meet the Walther Tactical Tomahawk.

This bad boy is ready to tackle any task. Equipped with a synthetic handle mated to a durable 420 stainless steel blade, this thing means business. The black coated blade measures in a 4.25-inch, while the entire axe is just over 16 inches long – which includes that composite glass-breaker handle. There’s also a 2.75-inch rear spike on the opposite end of the blade, perfect for target penetration. When it’s not in use, an included sheath keeps your blade protected and sharp. Weighing in at just 2.8 pounds, this thing will make a great companion on your next outdoor excursion. [Purchase]

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