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Boker Plus Vox T-Hawk Tactical Tomahawk 13.75" Overall, Black SK-5 Carbon Steel, Nylon Sheath (09BO100)

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Part Number: BO09BO100
Manufacturer: Boker Knives
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Description
BO09BO100: Boker Plus Vox -T-Hawk Tactical Tomahawk
Boker Plus
 
Designed to handle a wide variety of tasks, the Boker Plus Vox T-Hawk combines tactical form with ultimate function for a very versatile tomahawk. Constructed of one single piece of SK5 carbon steel, it has been equipped with a resistant powder coating in order to protect the tool against corrosion. Jesper Voxnaes is not only renowned for his ingenious knife designs. He has also created some great concepts in the area of tomahawks. Therefore, the Vox T-Hawk is also characterized by the customary versatility and functionality. The cutting edge has a hollow ground which ensures extreme sharpness and can master a great multitude of cutting tasks. 

The extra large G10 scales are attached with three phillips screws and can easily be removed. Alternatively, a Paracord handle wrapping can be fitted which is included in olive and in orange (in suitable length). Openings in the tang reduce the weight and facilitate the fitting of the wrapping. All in all a fascinating tool that clearly stands out thanks to the unique design. Includes a nylon carry sheath.
Specifications
  • Blade Length: 3.5"
  • Blade Steel: SK-5 Carbon Steel, 57-60 HRC
  • Thickness: 6 mm
  • Head Width: 7.7"
  • Overall Length: 13.75"
  • Handle Material: SK-5 Carbon Steel with G10 Scales
  • Finish: Black Powder Coating
  • Sheath Material: Nylon
  • Weight: 27.8 oz.
  • Imported

UPC Code: 788857023105

Nylon Sheath
Nylon Sheath
Durable, flexible, abrasion and mildew resistant, and high strength.
G10 Handles
G10 Handles
Formed in a sheet under high pressure by combining fiberglass and an epoxy resin binder. These handles are lightweight and shaped to ensure a solid grip.
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Jayman
South Riding, Va
Oct 13, 2012
Pros: Weight, Construction, None
Cons: Handle Material
Good but not great
OK, so I wanted a Tomahawk. The whys and rationale are kind of beyond the scope of this discussion, so let's just leave it at that. I wanted something that could actually be used and would withstand some abuse. I immediately ruled out the Sog offerings, they just look fragile to me. I also ruled out some of the more high end ones such as the Benchmade. While that one is certainly nice, the cheapest I could find it is $250, and the MSRP on it is over $300! I actually planned on using anything I bought, and therefore didn't want to beat up something that expensive. I settled on the Boker Plus Vox T-Hawk. One, the designer's products have always interested me, and I like his designs. His Tomahawk rendition spoke to me in similar fashion. It is a solid piece of carbon steel with a powder coat to resist corrosion. It has slabs of G10 on the handle for traction. All that for a price under $90 seemed to be just the thing. I envisioned my uses for this as field work/chopping up some wood, as well as using it in emergencies for everything from vehicle extrication to breaking stuff up. I did not plan on using this in any sort of combat role, zombie apocalypse notwithstanding. It isn't that I don't think this could be used for killin', that just isn't what I am going to use it for. As soon as I got it, I removed it from the packaging and went out into the back yard, where I immediately started hacking up roots that had grown under the patio tiles. (And caused me issues. Hate those things.) The T-Hawk went through them like butter, and made short work of the roots. I've since used it twice more for the same or similar work. The edge did get beat up from this, but some work with an industrial coarse grit stone brought it right back. A little oil on the edge to keep rust at bay, and the whole package gets stowed in my trunk with the nylon sheath. The only issue I have with it is the handle slabs, which have hard edges. If you're going to use this for a protracted period of time, gloves are definitely warranted. I am tempted to remove the handle slabs and chamfer those edges with a belt grinder. That said, the handles are my only critique. For the money I think this is an excellent tool, and it is obviously a durable tool. If the handle slabs were done a bit better I would've given this product 5 stars.
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