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Inspired from historic spike tomahawks, the Stingray is designed for utility and throwing. This compact design is easily carried in a variety of ways. The Stingray is lightweight for open carry when tucked in your belt or on your pack for a hike on the trail, and can be discretely carried inside the waistband or clipped inside a coat or to a shoulder harness.
The primary edge is very curved for concentrated chops, and flares in both directions for sticks at off-angled impacts. The spike is chisel-tipped for grubbing, hand drilling, and reducing risk of self injury compared to sharp-tipped straight spikes. It is a ramp-like shape for sticking deeply into targets even at off-angled impacts. The spike’s length provides a secondary grip for ulu-like utility tasks and novel techniques.
The tomahawk head is cast from 5160 steel, heat treated to ~59 Rockwell C, then taken to a ground surface finish, with hand sharpened chopping and chisel edges
The handle and wedge are straight grain hickory
The tomahawk eye features five ribs running parallel with the handle to reinforce the security of the axe head when wedged
Hand scraped handle with branding for shagreen texture
Weight: ~13 oz.
Overall length is ~12-1/2”, chopping edge is ~2-5/8” wide, spike is ~4-1/8” long, and the tomahawk head is ~ 7-1/4” long.
Comes with a quick release kydex carry system.
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