Reviews and Ratings for SOG Throwing Hawks Set of 3 Tomahawks - TH1001-CP

SOG Throwing Hawks Set of 3 Tomahawksrated 5.000 stars out of 5 (3 reviews)
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SOG Throwing Hawks Set of 3 Tomahawks

 

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SOG Throwing Hawks Set of 3 Tomahawks
rated 5 stars out of 5
Jesse S
Alaska
Jul 02, 2015
Pros: Head Material, Balance, Construction, Weight, Handle Material
Cons: None
Fun get together with the guys!
I am using the SOG TH1001 Throwing Hawks in a men's competition. Wasn't sure if I would like the smaller size but it turns out they are pretty fun to throw. The balance feels pretty good too.
SOG Throwing Hawks Set of 3 Tomahawks
rated 5 stars out of 5
Reese
Texas
Sep 20, 2015
Pros: Head Material, Balance, Construction, Weight, Handle Material
Cons: None
Best Hawk Deal Ever
I have two of these%2c and they have suffered tremendous abuse over the past three years. I am not gentle with my large knives and axes%2c but I expect what I own to live up to my standards. I wish I'd known about this deal%2c but I encourage anyone looking for a good hawk for any purpose to get these. They have good edge retention%2c I haven't sharpened mine in all these years. They throw well%2c they chop well. They'll suit your camping and sporting needs forever.
SOG Throwing Hawks Set of 3 Tomahawks
rated 5 stars out of 5
Tom H
Illinois
Aug 04, 2019
Pros: Handle Material, Balance, Construction, Head Material
Cons: None
Triple Twirlin’ Tomahawk Temptation
I won’t even claim to be a novice tomahawk thrower, but I can tell you these are a lot of fun. I took them out to my son’s B-day party and we had a blast throwing them in the back yard. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Solid one piece construction gets my approval. No crappy plastic handle to replace, ever. These are small ‘hawks. About ½ to ¾ scale to a Fasthawk/Tactical Hawk. These ‘hawks weigh less than KaBar’s KJ Jones 1120 Thunderhorse Thrower, or, Cold Steel’s Jack Dagger/Perfect Balance Throwers (all available @ KnifeCenter.com). These T’hawks seem well balanced, as we were planting them in the target fairly regularly. The paracord wrap was just grippy enough, without dragging or catching on your calluses. Nice nylon sheath for the $. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> If you have the cash I’d pick up two, or three sets of these hawks. With five, or six people throwing (and throwing some knives, too) by the time it got back to your turn, you forgot your former spatial relationship to the target. It would be nice to have the repetition of say, 9 ‘hawks in a row, as it would certainly reduce the learning curve. Anyway, more fun than a barrel of monkeys. Good value, too.