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Review: SOG Tactical Tomahawk
Dave Merrill

Admittedly, I don’t know a whole lot about tomahawks except for what Hollywood taught me–hell, I don’t even prefer larger knives. But boy are they awesome in movies. My first thought is always The Last of the Mohicans quickly followed by The Patriot. But even Costner’s awful Dances with Wolves has a bit of badass ‘hawk action in it (you’re forgiven for forgetting everything about that movie).

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Drawing direct inspiration from the old Vietnam tomahawks you’ve seen (perhaps from Hernandez’s MySpace page) comes the F01TN-CP Tactical Tomahawk from SOG Knives.

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With a 2.75″ cutting edge that’s sharp from the factory, the SOG Tactical Tomahawk features a synthetic handle with an overall length of just under 16″. The back end of the ‘hawk features a spike, and there’s a textured area on either side of the head to act as a hammer.


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