Timberline Dave Young CBT Combat Breaching Tool, 16.75" Overall, 440C Blade, Custom Nylon/PVC Sheath - 4804

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Part #: TM4804 | Timberline Knives
TM4804: CBT Combat Breaching Tool
Timberline Knives
The Combat Breaching Tool was developed from real world special ops experience in Africa, Asia, South America and the Middle East. The CBT is designed to perform as a superior fighting tool. The head is crafted with two smooth surfaces to secure and hook limbs for control tactics, take-downs and stripping weapons from attackers. The RAP (rear application piece) is designed for superior cutting, puncture and maximum penetration. The forward edge allows constant contact on impact. The smooth and straight construction of the top spine enables use as an impact tool and for gripping while using the pry feature. The elastomer grip is over-molded to ensure a secure grip, shock absorption and durability. The bottom of the tool features a twelve-degree angle pry tool with an integral nail puller and wire cutter. It includes a custom coyote brown, MOLLE compatible nylon sheath with PVC edge and head protector. Every inch of this robust tool delivers superior performance and no feature was overlooked.
  • Gas valve shut-off wrench
  • Pry end with nail puller and wire cutter
  • Full-tang
  • Custom sheath system with PVC edge and head protector and nylon body. Positive buckle closures, integral MOLLE loops, straps, snaps and grommets for paracord attachment
  • Blade Length: 3.0" (76 mm)
  • Cutting Edge: 2.875" (73 mm)
  • Handle Length: 8.5" (216 mm)
  • Overall Length: 16.75" (426 mm)
  • Blade Material: 440C Stainless Steel
  • Blade Grind: Flat
  • Blade Finish: Black Matte Titanium Coating
  • Handle Material: Textured TPR
  • Sheath Material: Nylon with PVC Edge/Head Protector
  • Weight: 29 oz. (0.82 kg)
  • Designer: Dave Young
  • Made in China
Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
440C Stainless Steel
440C Stainless Steel High end stainless steel with a high resistance to corrosion and will sharpen to a razor edge.
Nylon Sheath
Nylon Sheath Durable, flexible, abrasion and mildew resistant, Nylon also is very strong
Timberline Dave Young CBT Combat Breaching Tool, 16.75" Overall, 440C Blade, Custom Nylon/PVC Sheathrated 4.000 stars out of 5 (4 reviews)
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Timberline Dave Young CBT Combat Breaching Tool, 16.75" Overall, 440C Blade, Custom Nylon/PVC Sheath
rated 5 stars out of 5
Tom H
Mar 04, 2019
Pros: Head Material, Balance, Construction, Weight, Handle Material
Cons: None
Someone Have an Axe to Grind?
My apologies to Bp, of Qatar (below). Sorry you feel mislead. “Differences of opinion, is what makes horse races,” my grandpa used to say. I sold SOG Tomahawks for many years as a hunting/firearms sales associate at a big outdoors store that rhymes with, “Dander Fountain;” and on weekends thru my own business at gun shows. They are fine, inexpensive (I’m avoiding the word cheap) tomahawks. SOG will replace your handle when it fails, just mail it back to them (kind’a inconvenient in a tactical/rescue/extraction situation). I have kept two SOG Tomahawks, a Tactical Hawk, and a Battle Axe. The Battle Axe (now discontinued?) is the only SOG ‘hawk I know of that was one piece steel construction (+ 2 camp hatchets). Battle Axe is a fine, compact ‘hawk that I keep in the cab of my truck to smash out a window if I ever go in the drink, and it has butchered much game. No SOG Tomahawk I know of is touted as a rescue/extraction hawk, and I trust none of their ‘hawks to do, so (other than smashing out windows). >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I stand behind my review, below. Timberline, Dave Young CBT is an excellent rescue/extraction ‘hawk, and an exceptional value at this price point. It is made of the original, “Super Steel” (nothing cheap there, go read up on 440C at custom knife maker, Jay Fisher’s website). I defy Mr. Bp to destroy/damage this tomahawk (failure; not chipping/rolling of edges). I’d try using it at about -40 F., where steel becomes brittle, if I were inclined to achieve failure. I can achieve failure with my SOG Tactical ‘Hawk in an afternoon. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> A piece of 440C bar stock 0.25”X8”X24” to make one Dave Young CBT retails for $376.11. Bar stock to make the 420 stainless head of a SOG Tactical ‘hawk retails for $143.33 (1”X3”X24”= $429.64 , divide by 3 ‘hawk heads out of this size bar = $143.333…). The price of nylon/fiberglass handle + screws is unknown, but definitely a weak link in the SOG ‘Hawks. You get what you pay for; and every once and awhile, you can find an exceptional value, like this Timberline, Dave Young CBT. The price to have this custom Kydex/nylon sheath made would be more than the price charged for the total package, here at KnifeCenter.com. Looking for a cheaper ‘hawk? Schrade’s, SCAXE4 is a good value, one piece hawk. Looking for something more expensive? Check out the 21.6”, Ontario, Fire SPAX Firefighter Tool (part # ON8419), both available at KnifeCenter.com.
Timberline Dave Young CBT Combat Breaching Tool, 16.75" Overall, 440C Blade, Custom Nylon/PVC Sheath
rated 5 stars out of 5
Clarksburg MD.
Mar 01, 2019
Pros: Weight, Construction
Cons: None
The Sheath Doesn't Suck , WOW !!
This hawk comes with a very nice sheath , especially compared to other hawks. The one star review says rather buy a SOG . Seriously? SOG is a kids toy compared to my Timberline.Plastic/Nylon handle , bolted to a small head and very short tang. With Timberline, can you say FULL TANG !! It has an overmolded handle , no bolts or screws , it is one piece of steel. Excellent Tactical Hawk, with a serrated spike that will shred holes in anything you hit. If you want to split wood , buy an Axe. If you are SWAT or Military , excellent piece of gear. 5 stars no doubt.
Timberline Dave Young CBT Combat Breaching Tool, 16.75" Overall, 440C Blade, Custom Nylon/PVC Sheath
rated 1 stars out of 5
Feb 17, 2019
Pros: None
Cons: Construction, Handle Material
The only other review is what convinced me to purchase this axe. On receipt I was very disappointed. The axe looks cheap and in my opinion is not woth the price, nevermind the so called original pricetag before discount. Rather buy a SOG for half the price!!!! Much better look and quality!!!
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