Black Ronin Tactical Tomahawk Axe And Sheath

$32.99   $22.98
  4.4 ( 98 reviews)

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Part #:05 UC1418
  • Tempered 420 stainless steel construction
  • Anodized nonreflective finish
  • Black nylon cord wrapping
  • Weather resistant blade sheath
  • Axe head: 3 1/2"
  • Overall length: 15"
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This premium tomahawk from Black Ronin features rock solid, one-piece tempered 420 stainless steel construction with a black, nonreflective finish. The handle offers our exclusive black nylon cord wrapping for a secure grip and stylish look!

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.35 out of 5

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Customer Reviews

Mickie Mcdaniel
Jan 05, 2019
(5 out of 5)

I like the tomahawk a lot of looks cool ..the problem i have with it is that it turns in the hand on power swings and the balance is of as to a throwing weapon in is lacking from 12 meters it hits 33%of the time and I see stress fracture in the blade that I am concerned about


Dec 25, 2018
(4 out of 5)
Excellent, with a few rough edges

I had mine for over a year and a half and still possesses the same integrity and strength as day one. My only recommendations is that you grind off the top spike (it tends to poke through the sheath and hurt like a sunofagun) aswell as fitting another handle on it as the paracord is not very comfy. Beside that, I just sharpened the spike and it still is good to this day!

Kimberly Grindstaff
May 08, 2018
(4 out of 5)
Very cool.

Awesome thrower! Spike was blunt but nothing an angle grinder couldn't fix. Paracord came undone after first throw but, again, nothing that can't be fixed. Just re-wrap. Sheath is mediocre, keeps you from cutting yourself. All in all though, it's fun and well worth the money.


Jan 20, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Great cheap tomahawk

My friend got one of these and after throwing it for a bit I knew I had to get one of my own. It throws very well and feels sturdy. This also works great for chopping up branches and probably taking down small trees. Lot of fun and a great tool.


Oct 15, 2015
(5 out of 5)

Got one! I'll give it to the dead guy when I say, "But Officer, he attacked me with a hatchet!" United Cuttery is good, but buy a better model.


Aug 25, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Freakin awesome! Uhh

This tomahawk is great. It throws very well. It is a balanced thrower that does not spin fast by itself . . Sothe spin is determined by the torque and flick of your wrist. The cord was cheap but the tomahawk is only 17$! I wrapped mine with some duct trade and it feels better. Also I've had mine for like three years and chopped, thrown, hit rocks, and strait out beat the crap out of it. So after like two years or so I was throwing pretty dang hard and I stuck it wrong the spike snapped. But it still throws great. TO SUM UP: life's short, buy the freakin tomahawk!! MERICA that's why!


Aug 14, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Good Tomahawk - Axe

It is a good Tomahawk for the money. It throw pretty good the rap that come on the handle is pretty cheap but for the money it ant bad. It's a lot of fun.

Jun 26, 2015
(4 out of 5)
"Great steel, bad paracord."

My parents bought this for me as a Christmas present, that was about 2 years ago. It came razor sharp right out of the box, ready to go. The throwing is nice, and it holds an edge for a good time. The sheath is great, and holds up nicely, but after awhile the lanyard on top starts to wear the sheath a little. The only problem is the cord, like many other review say the wrapping is pretty bad. The edge of the handle wears it down very fast! But over all it's a great buy, and is totally worth it. Just get some real cord and wrap it nice with some duct tape first, (to keep the cord from getting worn on the handle).

Jun 06, 2015
(5 out of 5)

I love most everything I buy from BK, some great deals. Cord wrapped handles can be held in place by whipping the cord with any white glue like Elmers glue.I put a line of glue from one end to other then using my fingers I wipe it deep into the cord.Two coats is what I normally apply and it work amazingly!

Jan 29, 2015
(4 out of 5)
Great thrower

Great beginner hawk! A liitle light for me, throws well though. You will want to re secure the cord wrap,or use another material.With stainless be sure to have your sharpening implements ready(It does not hold an edge as long). Hours of fun check it out!

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