CRK2730: RMJ Woods Chogan T-Hawk
The CRKT Woods Chogan Tomahawk is designed by Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical to make your life easy when you're off the grid. The design for this t-hawk evolved from the popular and original Chogan Tactical Tomahawk. The Woods Chogan is made from a solid chunk of 1055 carbon steel that is hot forged into a rock-solid head and features a hammer finish. The t-hawk has primary and secondary edge bevels that are flat ground to cut through timber like a beaver. A hammer head is useful for pounding in nails and tent stakes.
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 when you're in the backcountry.
The Woods Chogan T-Hawk isn't your friend when you're busting your chops in the forest; it's your sidekick.
- Overall Length: 19.13 inches
- Weight: 2 lbs. 1.4 ounces
- Blade Length: 4.21 inches
- Blade Thickness: 0.52 inches
- Blade Material: 1055 Carbon Steel
- Blade HRC: 50-55
- Blade Finish: Hammer Finish
- Blade Grind: Flat
- Blade Style: Front: Axe Back: Hammer
- Handle Material: Tennessee Hickory
This hawk hits like a ton of bricks when thrown. It is strong and holds a good edge with the carbon steel head. It has a nice heft in hand. My only negative is that it should come with a sheath.
Best hatchet i've handled. Run it through a worksharp and you can split and chop anything you choose, only upset is it not coming with a sheath, but that is an easy fix.
This tomahawk exceeded my expectations! A great addition to any collection or a great companion for any outdoorsman. A bit longer and heavier than most tomahawks but well worth any slight inconvenience. Hands down the best tomahawk I own!
This is a really nice tomahawk. I've Already put it to work. The Swing, weight and balance are great and the hawk is sharp. The oversize hammer head is a good thing. My only complaint is that I wish it came with a sheath.
So far it's been a great hawk. Needs to come with a sheath. Comes with a decent edge and is nicely balanced.