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Cold Steel Frontier Hawk 90FH Tomahawk (Drop Forged 1055 Carbon Steel Head) 22 Inch American Hickory Handle

MANUFACTURER: Cold Steel Knives
SKU:
CS90FH  MPN: 90FH
Retail Price: $39.99
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Cold Steel 90FH Frontier Hawk (2010). Suitable for re-enactors from any period stretching from the French and Indian War clear up to the final settling of the West in the late 1800's. The authentic, good looking Frontier Hawk is one tough customer you're sure to appreciate.

This light weight Hawk is a joy to use too as it reduces wrist, elbow, and shoulder strain without sacrificing anything in chopping power or ease of handling. The merits of its light weight are revealed in combat too because the Frontier Hawk can be used at light speed from any angle and immediately recovered!

The Cold Steel Frontier Hawk tomahawk is Cold Steel's lightest and smallest tomahawk. It's head has a 6.0 inch hawk length and 3.25 inch primary edge made of drop forged 1055 Carbon Steel. It's cutting edge is differentially heat treated. The 22.0" handle is made of straight grained American hickory which is unsurpassed for absorbing the shock of hard chopping. Weight: 20.4 ounces.

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Ernest on 02/26/2017 07:33am
Excellent shape and feel, quality handle and great price. All great but the "made in Taiwan" on the head.
Michael K on 02/22/2017 07:43am
Excellent balance, rough paint on blade but sharp. Great delivery time.
Phil on 07/05/2016 04:06pm
Love this tomahawk! I have used it like an ax all week chopping up roots and it has performed well. It still has a very sharp edge. I like using it better than an ax because it is light and I can use one hand. I'm going to buy another one. It's really good.
Bryan Matthew on 04/22/2015 05:46pm
Really good throwing hawk if you put in an hour or so to do the mods (assuming you change the paint situation in addition to everything else)--can't beat the price.
Dave Hodge on 01/02/2015 08:28am
Outstanding hawk for throwing. If you intend to actually use this tomahawk, good luck finding something better for the price. If you want it shaving sharp, put a shaving sharp edge on it yourself. I like to remove the set screw, fill the hole in the handle (that the screw creates) with wood glue or wood filler, and rasp/sand until the head sits higher on the handle. Then soak the handle, with the head on it (tight), for about 30 minutes in water. This will keep your hawk tight and ready for plenty of abuse, but I still keep extra handles on standby.
Ron Cleveland on 06/05/2014 11:07am
I love this tomahawk. It throws amazing. It splits wood and cuts branches. The weight is amazing light and the handle is made out of strong wood. It feels good in the hand and is a blast to throw.
Guy Schaefer on 12/28/2011 09:39am
This tomahawk is built well with a good solid wood handle. Not like the cheap ones that are for looks you can actually use these.
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