- Mar 26, 2009
So how do your Headhunters, particularly the standard Headhunter, compare with traditional American-style tomahawks in function?
They're definitely not built as camp hatchets-for one although they're very sharp, they're designed to cut,crush and bounce out of the target-stuck is bad.
The peak doesn't lend itself to wood chopping either, nor does the sharpened underside of the bit.
I do make them with the same all-steel construction in a more utilitarian version-and also this:the Varangian- View attachment 513988
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no doubt the stubbier headhunter is a workable camp tool and urban improvised key to almost any door. I really love it, do not think you would be disappointed by the purchase scara.