Condor Tool & Knife CTK4010BC Combat Axe 7" Carbon Steel Head, Hardwood Handles, Leather Sheath
CN4010BC: Combat Axe | Carbon Steel
Condor Tool & Knife
The Condor Combat tomahawk is 13-3/8" long and 7" wide. The axe edge is 3-1/2" long and the piercing point is 2-3/4" long. The weight is only 1.50 pounds.
The Condor Combat Axe was inspired by the fighting axes of the Vietnam era. This rendition was created and designed by world-renowned and award winning knife and tool designer Arlan D. Lothe. The axe features a special piercing point and a razor sharp edge. It also features special "shoulder spike" that can be used to stop an opponent running away by placing the spike into the shoulder and then pulling him off balance onto the ground. This feature is also found on several long handled Viking battle axes.
The material is 1/4" thick 1075 carbon steel, heat treated and tempered to about 53 Rockwell (a measure of hardness). This finish meets and exceeds several military specifications from the U.S. and other countries around the world. When maintained with light oil, this finish should not rust or stain.
The handle is wood, slightly tapered at the bottom to make the Combat Axe a great thrower. The wood handles will last for years, but they can be replaced if need be by using the special screw rivets that hold the handle to the Axe. It one wishes the handle can be replaced with leather or other materials available at the owner's option.
The Condor Combat Tomahawk comes with a heavy duty, hand crafted black leather belt sheath .
- Code: 61415
- Stock #: CTK4010BC
- Head Dimensions: 7"
- Thickness: 1/4"
- Overall Length: 13-3/8"
- Blade: 1075 High Carbon Steel
- Blade Finish: Epoxy Black Powder Coating
- Sheath: Handcrafted Welted Leather
- Handle: Hardwood
- Weight: 1.50 lbs.
- Made in El Salvador
UPC Code: 7417000522532
Leather is known for its durability and traditional appeal. When compared to Kydex it is preferred for its silence when bumped against other objects, as well as blade retention.
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.