M48 Double Bladed Tactical Tomahawk

  4.4 ( 13 reviews)

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Part #:06 UC3056
  • Double-blade tomahawk design
  • Cast stainless steel construction
  • Black oxide blade finish
  • 5 1/2" blade; 7 1/2" head
  • 16 7/8" overall length
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You've been asking for it, and M48 has delivered in a big way with this all new double-bladed tactical tomahawk. This bad boy does double duty with two 5 1/2" sharpened blades. The cast stainless steel head is thick, hefty and built for durability and strong use. The black oxide coating gives this tomahawk a tactical look and feel, further emphasized by the virtually indestructible nylon and fiberglass reinforced handle. The reinforced M48 nylon blade sheath allows you to carry it right on your belt, safely and comfortably.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.38 out of 5

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Customer Reviews

Dec 12, 2018
(5 out of 5)

If only they made there whole line full tang

Omar Collins
Feb 28, 2017
(4 out of 5)

Well they certainly didn't lie about the dimensions of this axe, the head is small (no bigger than my hand). It looks like a child's toy in my adult hands but clearly it's not a toy due to its sharps edges. Due to its diminutive size it's ideal for clearing out zombies in tight quarters. The axe head itself seems to be solidly constructed, it's the handle I worry about when being thrown. If the axe head were twice as large and the handle of sturdier construction I'd have to give this axe five stars instead of four.

Dennis Myers
Jan 14, 2017
(5 out of 5)
its ok

the sheath is not a good design for it as the snaps rub the edges and it is kind of unbalanced for my liking but over all its cool looking as a wall hanger


Dec 29, 2015
(5 out of 5)

I to broke a handle ,but after contacting untied cutlery via face book ,,,they shiped me a new handle n fasteners with in days no charge to me ,, ( stop throwing it so hard )it works great !!! n with service like that I will STICK with United Cutlery thank you ..~


Sep 13, 2015
(5 out of 5)
this is a self defense ax..not sold as a throwing Axe

Blades are sharp,with a little work they have a very nice working edge.

Jun 08, 2015
(1 out of 5)
Awesome at first

The handle is not even close to indestrucable! Within 50 throws at a maple tree the handle broke off from the head. I was in love with it at first. It flew awesone and stuck in every time then broke.

Jun 07, 2015
(3 out of 5)
cheap handle

I had two of these tomahawks, and used pine log rounds as my targets. Initially i was in love with them. They seemed pretty sturdy, the heads were very sharp and stuck deep. Once I had about 500 throws in, the first tomahawk handle snapped off about a quarter inch below the third bolt. The tang was still intact, but two metal that ran along it and the nylon handle sheared right off. About a half hour later, the exact same thing happened to the second. I was initially impressed, but they did not hold together too long.

John Hansen
Apr 11, 2015
(4 out of 5)
great axe shitty sheath

First off the axe is bloody great, I have no complaints about it as of yet, it seems sturdy though I haven't put it through much except for cutting down brush. It comes sharp as wolverine's claws, just last night I accidentally cut(deeply) myself on it as I brushed my foot against. Now I gave it a four star for one reason the sheath sucks it is quarrelsome to get on and off and it barely fits the axe, I'm not too surprised though most M48 sheaths are crap

L Ferrell
Mar 22, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Nice Display

I bought the tomahawk to go with my Scottish claymore (broadsword) and samori sword display on my Man Cave Wall. Fits right in beside the Henry Yellow Boy.

Paul lehr
Mar 22, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Better than I expected

I was worried that the handle might break, but like other people say it's a sturdy handle and it is definitely worth the money.

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