T omahawks have a really interesting history, these single-handed axes being used as general purpose tools by the European and North American colonials. Although their inception was a long time ago, they haven’t lost their popularity not even in the modern times that we live in as they can be used for hunting, cutting, chopping, and other day-to-day tasks where a strong and sharp blade is needed. If you’re interested in purchasing a hatchet in order to ease certain tasks with its help, check out the rest of the article as we will rank the best options at the moment.
Top 5 Tomahawks Compared
|Photo||Product Name||Blade material||Handle||Highlight||Warranty||Price|
|1. Columbia River Knife&Tool 2737||SK5 carbon steel||Glass reinforced nylon||Comes with a glass reinforced nylon sheath||Lifetime|
|2. SOG Tactical F01TN-CP||420 stainless steel||Glass reinforced nylon||Black oxide coating reduces reflectivity||Lifetime|
|3. Columbia River Knife&Tool 2730 RMJ||1055 carbon steel||Hickory||Lacquer coating makes it durable||Lifetime|
|4. Estwing EBTA||American steel||Nylon vinyl||Grip reduces vibration up to 70%||Lifetime|
|5. Kershaw 1073X Siege||3Cr13 steel||Riveted glass-filled nylon scales||Features a nail puller into the handle||Lifetime|