Columbia River CRKT 2732 RMJ Woods Nobo T-Hawk Tomahawk, 19.13" Overall
CR2732: 2732 RMJ Woods Nobo T-Hawk
Build a Nice Log Cabin Fire. Heck, Build a Nice Log Cabin Home.
This traditionally-modeled two-handed camp axe with a hickory handle and hot forged blade will make your life easier when you're off the grid.
Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical in Chattanooga, TN designed the Nobo T-hawk. He's a specialist in applying modern engineering to centuries old tool and weapon concepts, and upping the ante once again with a new outdoor line of tomahawks that swing as big as the open wilderness in which they're found.
The design for this T-Hawk is modeled after the classic trade tomahawks common during the 18th century. Carried by Native Americans and frontiersmen alike, this remake is made less for self-defense and more for battle with a few old Doug Firs. The Nobo is made from a solid chunk of 1055 carbon steel that is hot forged into a rock-solid head and features a hammer finish. With primary and secondary edge bevels that are flat ground, it cuts through timber like a beaver.
The thick wood handle is made in the USA from Tennessee hickory. It's comfortable in hand and sealed with a lacquer coat that adds durability whenever you're in the backcountry — in other words, all the time.
Grab hold of the Nobo T-Hawk and split some wood — like a cord's worth.
Leather sheath is available as an after-market add-on. It is not included. But don't worry. You won't want to keep this baby wrapped up.
- Hot Forged 1055 Carbon Steel
- Tennessee Hickory Handle
- Outdoor Axe with Beard
- Blade Length: 3.471"
- Overall Length: 19.13"
- Blade Material: 1055 Carbon Steel
- Blade Thickness: 0.460"
- Blade Hardness: 50-55HRC
- Blade Style: Tomahawk
- Blade Finish: Hammered; Clear Lacquer Paint
- Handle Material: Tennessee Hickory
- Sheath: Sold Separately
- Designer: Ryan Johnson
- Weight: 1 lb 9.1 oz.
UPC Code: 794023273205
An extremely tough steel with high carbon content and a hardness between 60-64RC, 1055 is best suited for high-impact and high-stress applications.
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.