Rogers Rangers Spike Hawk Prototype Pic

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Here is a copy of the Rogers Rangers Spike Tomahawk from the original drawing, courtesy of the Ranger Training Brigade.

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I have taken a digital image of our prototype and used some creative license via PhotoSuite to conceptually illustrate what it will look like when it's your hands....sans the leather handle wrap, which IS planned for inclusion, I might add...it's just not in the pic.

The Ranger Tab will be fire branded into the hickory handle, with "Rogers' Rangers" in script on the other side. The head will be stamped with the American Tomahawk Company, which is illustrated by the text in the Hawk head.

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I will upload a copy of the parchment certificate of authenticity as soon as it is available.

The Hawk will be $150.00 + S/H and we are accepting orders now!!!

The Spike Tomahawk is an excellent thrower, as the spike does add terrific balance to the design. The cutting edge is 5160 and will cut, chop, slice, and penetrate whatever it is wielded against.

We look forward to hearing from you!!!



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Andy Prisco,
Co-Founder, Manager
American Tomahawk Company
877-557-5200
http://www.americantomahawk.com
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...just a quick note that this Hawk is one of the first two which are in production right now.....the other is a Light Infantry Belt Axe, of which I will upload a pic by tomorrow.


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Andy Prisco,
Co-Founder, Manager
American Tomahawk Company
877-557-5200
http://www.americantomahawk.com
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How much deposit and when do you want it!!!

Andy, you really know how to hurt a guys pocket book....That hawk is sooo coool looking. I have 2 of the Cold Steel Viet Nam hawks but they are not NEAR as cool looking as this one!

Will be visiting this forum on a regular basis buddy!

Do you take varients in on trade????, if ya know whut ah meen!?

Do you still have the coin?
Ron

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Ron,
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I didn't want to pay taxes this year anyway....Count me in....

You know pictures of Amy J and Bladechucker weilding the hawks would really help me get a better idea of the design....You know just for technical reasons......
 
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Ron....call me and we'll do the deal!!
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These Hawks are priced so that everyone can afford one. Thanks for your support!!! I look forward to filling your order...and YES, I still have the coin!!
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I keep it to remind me of my friend from Washington!!!

Jack...thanks for your words of support...call me anytime at the toll free to talk Tomahawks and we will hook you up.

MTF..the pics are being organized and a few might be up on the forum before the website is up....as I know everyone will be interested in the technical aspects of the Hawk Design
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Andy Prisco,
Co-Founder, Manager
American Tomahawk Company
877-557-5200
http://www.americantomahawk.com
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Hi, Andy…I really enjoyed “talking ‘hawks” with you today. I’m very impressed with your new venture; it sounds like you’ve got some great new projects lined up. I’m really looking forward to trying out the Spike Tomahawk. Jeez…I’m afraid that this could be the start of another expensive habit
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Andy,

Any chance of making one of these sharpened on the bottom? I like that design and think the second edge would appeal to the martial artists out there. Also, what is the weight of these?

David

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