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Cold Steel Norse Hawk

18+
£39.95
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Capturing the Viking spirit, the Cold Steel Norse Hawk's four inch blade features a highly curved cutting edge and terminates in two sharp points.


These points increase the chance of a stick when the Norse Hawk is thrown, making this the favourite tool for axe throwing.


Made from drop forged 1055 carbon steel with an American Hickory handle it is a hard and resilient tool.

SKU:
CS90N
GTIN
Brand:
Cold Steel
Colour:
Black
Age Restriction:
18+
Overall Length:
56.0000
Blade Material:
Drop Forged 1055 Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.7
Cutting Edge:
12
Handle Material:
Hickory
Product Weight:
715
Newest:
2014-09-10 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
39.9500
GTIN:
00705442001485

Description


Capturing the Viking spirit, the Cold Steel Norse Hawk's four inch blade features a highly curved cutting edge and terminates in two sharp points.


These points increase the chance of a stick when the Norse Hawk is thrown, making this the favourite tool for axe throwing.


Made from drop forged 1055 carbon steel with an American Hickory handle it is a hard and resilient tool.

Specification


SKU:
CS90N
Brand:
Cold Steel
Colour:
Black
Age Restriction:
18+
Overall Length:
56.0000
Blade Material:
Drop Forged 1055 Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.7
Cutting Edge:
12
Handle Material:
Hickory
Product Weight:
715
Newest:
2014-09-10 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
39.9500
GTIN:
00705442001485

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Reviews


  • 5
    Reliable chucker

    Posted by Lewis on 25th Aug 2019

    Absolutely love this axe for a chucker. Good weight for the head and the handle is easy enough to cut down to size if you want something a little faster. Can throw this all day with ease.

  • 3
    Finish

    Posted by Magwa on 20th Jul 2018

    Nice axe...but...the hole drilled for the grub screw was not straight, the thread was stripped, so i had to re-cut the thread and put a longer grub in, plus make a small dent in the handle for the grub to 'bite' into...much better now.....but annoying to have to do this from delivery....so assembly seems variable....maybe i had a monday/friday axe?

  • 5
    Great cutting / chopping tool

    Posted by clive from windsor on 10th Jul 2018

    Quick update on my review from 6mths ago. The hawk head on mine was a bit loose so I secured it with Soudal (SMX hybrid polymer) adhesive. That is I removed the head, smeared this stuff around the top of the handle (it's like thick jam and cures to a super strong rubber-like finish) and then I slid the head home into position. I then made sure all gaps were filled and removed excess adhesive and left for 24hrs. This filled all the gaps between wood and the steel head. When dry it is completely solid.

    I wasn't sure if it would be OK but it has worked exceptionally well and the norse hawk head is completely secure even after multiple hard use occasions. Obviously this solution isn't desirable if you want to remove the head but I've no desire to do that. Now the norse hawk is a lightweight, sharp and very robust cutter / chopper. Not as "destructive" as an 850g axe head but it is way lighter so, for certain tasks, it's perfect. Recommended if you're willing to spend a little bit of time on it.

  • 4
    Tomahawk head good

    Posted by Clive from Windsor on 3rd Apr 2018

    Cold Steel tomahawks are known for being more like nearly finished "kits" rather than being perfect, i..e. not like their knives which generally 100% sorted. Most people are OK with it because the price is reflective. That's how I approached it.

    The steel hawk head seems usable: plenty of strength with a hardened sharp edge that can be easily re-sharpened. I've done chopping and it holds its edge. Handle fit is not great, though, and you need to be careful with the sandpaper if you remove the set screw and sand the hickory haft for a better fit. Go very slowly and use fine grade paper from the start. After getting an OKish fit (but not that good) I was disappointed by the length of handle above the head; only about 12mm standing proud. Ho hum.

    If it doesn't work I will find an ash branch and shape a new handle by using a long edge blade as a draw knife. The handle would be fine if CS took a little more care in shaping it. All in all I'm content. The main thing you buy here is the hawk head and it seems fine. Looks way better after the black paint has been taken off with nitromors.

    Super quick HH delivery and also appropriate packaging: just enough card to protect without adding bulk.

  • 4
    Pretty nice

    Posted by Jake on 2nd Sep 2016

    Nice axe

    Pro's
    Decent steel
    Long handle
    Came sharp enough to easily fix
    Seems pretty strong

    Con's
    Bent handle
    Wobbly head (easily fixed with sandpaper)

  • 5
    Norse Hawk

    Posted by Steve@Northumberland on 24th Oct 2014

    My Norse Hawk arrived as sharp as it is beautiful. The axe head is a high quality item made in Taiwan. It is a friction fit, but also has a hole for a set screw. You can buy spare handles for these. It seems a lot folks like to customize theirs. There are quite a few Youtube vids of this.