New Product Sneak Peek!! American Tomahawk & Shane Sibert

Discussion in 'American Tomahawk Company' started by Andy Prisco, Nov 15, 2005.

  1. Andy Prisco

    Andy Prisco

    Nov 2, 1999
    This is American Tomahawk's first globally partnerned project featuring a collaboration between American Tomahawk, rising star Shane Sibert, and FOX Knives: Military Division.

    This extremely fierce design by Shane Sibert is all business...tremendous interest in the design has already been received by Special Operations Units in Europe during early project development.

    Let us know what you think...specs, pricing, product name, and order info will follow by the end of the week.


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  2. Keyser Soze

    Keyser Soze Gold Member Gold Member

    Aug 5, 2002
    Sure, you just had to come out with that one week after I received my VTAC.:p

    Looks solid.

  3. G-man

    G-man Gold Member Gold Member

    Apr 14, 2001
    This one really doesn't do much for me. I'm trying to imagine its purpose. It looks a little unwieldy for a weapon type use, and looks like its more for use as a tool. It just doesn't appeal to me.

    But, if you would come out with the Next Generation Spike Hawk or the Patriot Hawk, I'm there on both of those!!

  4. Gerry Anderson

    Gerry Anderson

    Dec 1, 2002

    Especially the Next Gen Ranger!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  5. Brody R.

    Brody R.

    Jan 27, 2005
    "But, if you would come out with the Next Generation Spike Hawk or the Patriot Hawk, I'm there on both of those!!"

    Especially the Patriot Hawk!
  6. Andy Prisco

    Andy Prisco

    Nov 2, 1999
    Thanks for the input on the NG Ranger and the Patriot. We'll get there on those mentioned.

    In the interim, I would like to show Mr. Sibert the respect he deserves by keeping this thread focused on impressions of "his" design, as pictured above.

  7. DBH


    Aug 3, 2001
    Very cool Andy. I think that will be another winner. How long is the handle on the larger model?
  8. Dusty One

    Dusty One Gold Member Gold Member

    Oct 12, 2004
    Very Interesting Looking Piece. Looks Like Two Handle Lenghts ?
    Photo Comes Thru Very Dark..
  9. groomerz


    Oct 31, 2005
    The longer handle one looks a little.... off ? I would like to see them on a flat white background. Looking forward to more information on them!
  10. Bravado


    Feb 14, 2002
    Man those are sweet! I'd really like to handle one so sign me up!
  11. Goodmanfj


    Nov 8, 2004
    Kick ass , Shane does great work ,I like the short one .short and sweet .I dont like having to use my big blade at camp to chop ,and I dont want to lug around a long axe .This would fit the bill . What steel will you be using? :D
  12. muzzleup


    Jul 2, 2000
    I like what I see. Am looking forward to the specs and priceing info.
    Keep 'em coming Andy:thumbup:

    Ron Cassel
  13. Ed Curry

    Ed Curry

    Jan 18, 2002
    Thickness? Handle material? Weight? Please!

    It is a beauty. Skull crusher on all sides. Nice. Looks like she'll take a pounding. I've been wathching Shane's work on the TAD site for awhile now. Very talented maker. Thanks Andy. doc
  14. Andy Prisco

    Andy Prisco

    Nov 2, 1999
    Here's some general specs...

    Steel: N690Co, Rc 58-60
    Stock: .200
    Coating: Black Tef
    Handle Material: OD G-10

    The smaller Axe is nearly identical to LaGana Tactical and CQC-T in overall length and weight.

    The larger Axe is easily a "hand-and-a-half" length....

    More measurements and specs to follow...
  15. Cyblade


    Aug 16, 2001
    Whats the reason for the two holes in the top ???? Looks cool dont know if I'll get one but it looks cool
  16. S. Sibert

    S. Sibert

    Sep 21, 2003
    The 2 holes are for weight reduction and visual impact.....:D
  17. Andy Prisco

    Andy Prisco

    Nov 2, 1999
    Thanks for jumping in here Shane!!!

  18. Lone Piper

    Lone Piper

    Sep 21, 2005
    I like'em! They look rugged as hell and looks like a good combination of an effective utility hawk AND a PDW. When do you think they'll be ready for sale Andy??
  19. TALEL


    Nov 4, 2005
    Shane and Andy, I'll stay tuned from this side of the pond, because I like that bada$$.... I am ok for the materials used.
  20. crossada


    May 16, 2004
    this looks like it isn't so narrowly focused and might do a pretty good job in the woods unlike some of the past offerings, not that there is anything wrong with a fighter:p i just want a tactical looking hawk with all the usefulness of the old ranger spike hawk.

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