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Hand tools tomahawks and axes



From early days kids are taught to play two main roles in this world - the roles of a women and a man. While all girls play with barbies and learn how to cook, boys play with toy weapon and learn the basics of how to survive and protect.

Do you remember yourself throwing a knife or an axe on the tree and hitting a target and how much fun was it back then?

Weapon belongs to man's hands, so when the day comes he could handle it properly.
A knife, axe or a tomahawk will be more than helpful on any outdoor adventure whether it's a small camping trip or an expedition on your JEEP.

One of the popular products of this kind is a tactical tomahawk. It is a multifunctional, light and durable hand tool that will not let you down even in the most extreme situations.
Good old axes will never come out of style and still attract a lot of customers.

Today we would like to bring up the list of top 6 tactical tomahawks and axes from the section Axes & Hatchets at CARiD.com .

Which one would you choose?

# 1 Gerber® - Downrange Tomahawk



# 2 CRKT® 2725ERCRKT - Kangee T-Hawk Axe Head 2725ERCRKT - Orange



# 3 SOG® F01TN-CP - Tactical Tomahawk



# 4 Gerber® 31002647 - Sport Axe II



# 5 Gerber® 31002070 - Bear Grylls Hatchet



# 6 Gerber® 31000913 - Sheath Sport Axe



Which one of those 6 would go with?

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I think I would go with # 1

looks bad ass and a nice swinging length
and a lot of nooks and cranies that could be used in a bunch of creative ways

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I choose.................this.



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I prefer the Zippo 4-in-1 Woodsman Saw/Axe.
Not as tactical but very practical.

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I'd pick number three. It's closet in design to the one Pete LaGana made back in the 60's. Opens a can of c-rat peaches really quick.

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