I love tomahawks, always have. I've used several of Cold Steel's models as outdoor tools for many years. Cold Steel appears to have a monopoly on practical tomahawks. CRKT has been making some that have become popular, but they're too heavy for my liking, more like tomahawk-shaped camp axes. Same goes for Condor's offerings' though they are somewhat better. SOG's Walmarty-looking things and the all-steel "tactical" tomahawks that seem to be everywhere these days don't interest me, and most are too short anyway. Some nice ones go for absurd prices, like RMJs that cost as much as new handguns. I'm not poor, but you'll never see me spending that much dough on an axe, just plain silly. Cold Steel tomahawks have always been the most reliable for me. But I recently discovered 2hawks. Haven't bought one yet, but they look promising. Sensible designs at reasonable prices. I'm quite surprised I haven't heard of them before. That makes me wonder what else I'm missing out on. Googling usually just leads me to custom knifemakers who charge thousands for works of functional art, which isn't what I'm into. Does anyone know of any other companies offering "working" tomahawks that I might be interested in and haven't heard of, stuff similar to cold steel but better quality?