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CRKT Woods Kangee T-Hawk

18+
£65.95
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Build a nice log cabin fire. Crikey, build a nice log cabin home.


The Woods Kangee is designed by Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical to make life easier when you're off the radar. The design for this t-hawk evolved from the popular and original Kangee Tactical Tomahawk. The Woods Kangee is made from a chunk of 1055 carbon steel that is hot forged into a rock-solid head and features a hammer finish. The t-hawk has primary and secondary edge bevels that are flat ground to cut through timber like an Oregon beaver. A spike on the opposite end splits ultra-tough wood knots like a boss.


The thick wood handle is made in the USA from Tennessee hickory. It's comfortable in hand and sealed with a lacquer coat that adds durability when you're in the woods.


The Woods Kangee T-Hawk isn't your friend when you're busting your chops in the forest; it's your sidekick.

SKU:
CR2735
GTIN
Brand:
CRKT
Age Restriction:
18+
Overall Length:
49.0000
Blade Material:
1055 Carbon Steel
Blade Hardness (HRC):
50-55 HRC
Sheath:
No
Youtube Link:
ppyvBc0y1ZQ
Handle Material:
Hickory
Product Weight:
970
Newest:
2014-05-21 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
65.9500
GTIN:
00794023273502

Description


Build a nice log cabin fire. Crikey, build a nice log cabin home.


The Woods Kangee is designed by Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical to make life easier when you're off the radar. The design for this t-hawk evolved from the popular and original Kangee Tactical Tomahawk. The Woods Kangee is made from a chunk of 1055 carbon steel that is hot forged into a rock-solid head and features a hammer finish. The t-hawk has primary and secondary edge bevels that are flat ground to cut through timber like an Oregon beaver. A spike on the opposite end splits ultra-tough wood knots like a boss.


The thick wood handle is made in the USA from Tennessee hickory. It's comfortable in hand and sealed with a lacquer coat that adds durability when you're in the woods.


The Woods Kangee T-Hawk isn't your friend when you're busting your chops in the forest; it's your sidekick.

Specification


SKU:
CR2735
Brand:
CRKT
Age Restriction:
18+
Overall Length:
49.0000
Blade Material:
1055 Carbon Steel
Blade Hardness (HRC):
50-55 HRC
Sheath:
No
Youtube Link:
ppyvBc0y1ZQ
Handle Material:
Hickory
Product Weight:
970
Newest:
2014-05-21 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
65.9500
GTIN:
00794023273502

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  • 3
    Now owned for a year

    Posted by Richard on 12th Aug 2019

    Ok...
    I've owned this hawk for a year now. It's a very decent hawk but I have two issues with it.
    One is the weight of the head. It's seriously top heavy and not really a single handed hawk, whilst this makes it a formidable splitting hatchet, I prefer to use my hand forged swedish hunting axe for cutting.
    I've replaced the crkt hafr with a cold steel hickory shaft from their Norse bearded axe. This is twice the length of the stock one and suddenly he crkt hawk comes into it's own. The extra length turns it into a formidable feller...
    However, in a Zombie Apocalypse I would still prefer the Norse Axe.
    Contrary to most fantasy telly you don't want a heavy axe in a combat scenario. The CS norse axe is the perfect weight for either single handed use or two handed use and you can use it for hours without tiring. In fact due to the light weight and the razor sharp head, it's my preferred garden and woodland axe. It's only £30 and yes, whilst the head shaft fit is rubbish and needs work l, the blade blunt from the box and, covered in a polymer that needs to be removed to see the beauty of the steel, (like the crkt one) once.sorted.it is my go to axe.

    So what's the hawk for? Well I use it as a camp axe when I don't want my hand forged one used as a peg hammer by idiot campers.and when there is firewood to gather and strip. It's an excellent demolition tool for breaking pallets and its spike end makes.short work.of root bolls of you re gathering hawthorn.for walking stocks.etc.

    As an axe.... well imho it's too heavy for anything really useful like skinning or pruning and the stock shaft is too.short for serious felling. I also dislike carrying it on a rucksack as not only does it upset sheeple much more so than the Norse axe (which is Actually designed for killing people) and much more so, only, than the 4ft long 15th C pole axe I own which had absolutely no use whatsoever than killing people.. I've carried all three in public (in context.) and only ever got hassle for the hawk... and the pole axe has two long spikes and a hammer as well as the axe!. But I don't like carrying it on the rucksack because it's too heavy. The hand forged swedish axe.is my go to tracking axe and in town it lives inside the rucksack. Its light, razor sharp and its moulded hickory shaft allows it to be used for the tasks a heavier knife is normally used for. The only downside, like I say, is that the ignorant use it like a cheap hatchet.

    I wish I'd bought the chogun hawk instead, the hammer end is much more useful than the spike especially with the weight of the hawk and it also makes more sense with the shorter shaft (and the ignorant can bang in tent pegs with it... although you have to warn them not to split their foreheads with the axe blade!

  • 5
    Excellent

    Posted by Mick on 23rd Jun 2017

    What a tomahawk What more can I say The handle should not be pressed on Because it leaves a dent in the hickory handle But have sanded it down and got rid of the Dent but still an excellent Hawk Great service as usual from HH

  • 5
    Excellent

    Posted by Mick on 23rd Jun 2017

    What a tomahawk What more can I say The handle should not be pressed on Because it leaves a dent in the hickory handle But have sanded it down and got rid of the Dent but still an excellent Hawk Great service as usual from HH

  • 5
    just great

    Posted by bof1966 on 15th May 2015

    I just got my crkt woods kangee and I am very pleased with it. As soon as it came I used it to cut down a tree in my garden which it did with no problems . I would also live to add that HH delivery was just perfect, it came in the morning the next day. I have ordered three thing from HH over the past few weeks and altogether they have been great,only once did I have a problem but HH customer service was just great I would highly recommend them.

  • 5
    Really handy axe

    Posted by AndyW on 26th Aug 2014

    I bought this as a replacement for my old axe that, quite frankly, had come to the end of its days (it wasn't a particularly good quality tool to start with). I was looking for something a little different, not too heavy and that allowed some flexibility where bush crafting was concerned.

    Pros: good weight, comfortable haft, nicely shaped cutting edge and the spike at the rear breaks through hard, stubborn knots easily and quickly. The axe keeps its edge nicely and resharpens easily. It splits logs nicely (a lot better than I expected, given the shape of the head) and goes through branches quickly, both single -handed and double -handed.

    Cons: none to really complain about, although the edge was blurred over slightly. A short session with a stone sorted that out though.

    All in all a great axe for someone who wants something a little different.

  • 5
    Woods Kangee T-Hawk

    Posted by DullNblunt on 13th Aug 2014

    This a very nice tomahawk for the price. Came sharp and with a good shaft to axe head fit unlike the Coldsteel ones! Throws really well and chops more like a medium camp axe. Highly recommended. HH delivery super fast as usual. Must have the most reliable and envied reputations on the net.