Sog FastHawk tactical tomahawk found at Wal-Mart for $20.00

Sog FastHawk tactical tomahawk found at Wal-Mart for $20.00

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    Sog FastHawk tactical tomahawk found at Wal-Mart for $20.00

    Do you think tomahawks are still a valid form of non firearm defense? I remember seeing an old Cold Steel video in which Lynn Thompson advocated packing edged weapons in your luggage for self defense in locations where firearms were prohibited. The Sog Fast Hawk would seem to fit this bill nicely, and it is inexpensive as well.


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    Yes. With some practice a person can be pretty deadly with one.
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    Edged weapons, firearms or blunt objects............ all depends on what mood you are in, or more importantly, what you have at arm's reach when the moment of truth presents its self.
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    Don't think it would work for me. I'm no Ed Ames. Johnny Carson and Ed Ames - The Famous Tomahawk Toss

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    As a tactical weapon, not so much, but I would NOT wanna face a BG wielding one either. However, those are wonderful tools! Be it SD, first responder, for militay/deployed warfighters, prepper, whatever....... great to have one or three of 'em around when ya need 'em.
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    Maybe I do need to run by WalMart Friday.

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    Wars like we are presently fighting in Afganistan more troops are on the ground in villages and around civilians, the military has moved from fighting using long-range weapons and armored vehicles back fighting more man-to-man fighting in close-quarters. Due to these changes, the tomahawk has once again become popular as an effective weapon and useful battlefield tool. They are replacing knives as the last-ditch close-quarters battle weapon of choice by some of America’s most elite fighting forces.

    I have attempted to become proficient with the tomahawk as a defensive/0ffensive weapon but found that it is best that I stick with using it as a breeching tool. LOL

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    Its a bit top heavy, so I feel more comfortable holding it at midgrip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker1 View Post
    Yes. With some practice a person can be pretty deadly with one.
    Pretty expensive buying targets though....ever seen the hole one of those suckers leaves when you hack at a paper sillouhette?

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    I keep one in my get home bag in jeep there handy and light. If not a useful weapon definatly makes for a good fire tool as you can handily cut saplings

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    As for a self defense weapon in place of a firearm, I personally wouldn't carry a tomohawk, I am better trained in knives and canes for self defense. I will stick to my EESE and walking sticks.
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    They offer a lot of knives on their website you cant find in the stores. I just found this out and am waiting for a 450$ order. I had no idea they carried spyderco cold steel blackhawk and sog.

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