Is the answer Dr. Tran???
But Halligan tools are HEAVY. And EXPENSIVE. I don't need one that badly!
It arrived today! Definitely going to have fun with this one!
Just a quick pic for now. I'll be bringing the pick to a slightly finer point. The verdict is still out on whether or not I'll mod the face of it, as the hammer face is already small (about 1" square)
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I carved them from thick branches. I've made others from root balls. The one with a antler tine spike is cherry and the other is oak.
What I did in this case was square off the material, shape the ball, then move down the handle. It takes about a month.
Well kudos man those are beyond awesome, about how big does the branch have to be?
How do you seal it to keep it from getting brittle with age?
thank you again
Well I have a new friend. This is the “Graymatter tomahawk” made by Dan Stanchfield (Tracker Dan), he sent it to me to last week to try it out.
This thing is all business .
That looks a lot like the early Sayoc influenced tomahawks.
Lean, fast and mean.
“Graymatter tomahawk” Had to read that twice before it sank in. Looks like a serious contender to the "bad guys"
You be safe down there Brother......Randy
If any thread needed a bump it's this one!
I dont have any war clubs, But I've had these since I was 12. I had begun training with them and was about a month in when we had to move to the west coast.
I guess this counts as a club. The only part that would cause damage is the motor....
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