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Cold Steel Pipe Hawk Tomahawk 3" 1055 Carbon Steel Coated Blade American Hickory Handle 22" Overall Length 90PHH

 
Cold Steel
90PHH
705442008934
9-56716
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Do you prize the look and authentic lines of a traditional Pipe Hawk, but have little use for the hollow bowl and the strength-compromised, drilled-out wooden "smoking" handle? Well here's a Pipe Hawk without those disadvantageous features.

Precision forged from 1055 carbon steel, the Pipe Hawk offers a long, reasonably wide cutting edge and a solid, fully hardened hammer poll that's turned and ribbed to mimic a hollow pipe bowl.

Fitted with a 19" hickory handle and weighing approximately 26 ounces it's heavy enough to be brutally effective as a chopping tool and weapon plus its solid bowl will drive nails, spikes and stakes with the power of a framing hammer.

Note: Does NOT function as an actual smoking pipe.

Specifications and Features:
Overall Length: 22"
Hawk Length: 7"
Primary Edge: 3"
Steel: Drop Forged 1055 Carbon
Weight: 28 oz
Handle: American Hickory 

Item#: 20-CS-90PHH,9-56716
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"I bought this to take with me when I go on extended hikes. It is just a tad bit heavier than I would like but not a deal breaker. I still plan to take it. Out of the box the fit and finish was about what I expected for the money. The \"coated\" blade is just cheap black paint which I stripped with spray on stripper, which took about 10 minutes.The steel underneath is very rough and will take some work to polish up.The cutting edge was ok at best. I chopped a piece of pine that was about a year old and about 7\" in diameter. I chopped through but it took some work. I sharpened the blade and chopped the same piece of wood and it made a huge difference. The blade maintained it new edge pretty well. Once I was done testing the new edge it only took a quick hit with the polishing stone to get the edge back to razor sharp.Am I happy with it? YesWould I buy another? Yes"