Tomahawks from Omnivore Blade-Works

Tomahawks have experienced somewhat of a resurgence in popularity over the last several years. They have long been prized for their versatility as weapons and survival tools. Most tomahawks look much the same as any other tomahawk has looked in the last 200 years. However, makers like Omnivore Blade-Works are pushing the limits of the tomahawk in design and function.

Badger and Recon models with micarta handle slabs and Cerakote

Omnivore Blade-Works makes several different models of tomahawks in various shapes. Many of the designs are purpose built for their application. For instance, the ETA model is built for first responders and designed to handle the abuse that comes with forcible entry and the Anubis is Omnivore Blade-Work’s vision of the ultimate combat tomahawk. While many of the models are purpose built, they still retain the versatility for which tomahawks are known.

These tomahawks don’t look much like their steel and wood predecessors. Omnivore Blade-Works tomahawks feature full tang construction from 1095 steel. There are cord wrap and micarta handle options. You can also choose to have your tomahawk Cerakoted or finished with electroless nickel. There are more than enough options to make sure that your tomahawk is unique.

You can check out all of Omnivore Blade-Works’ tomahawks on their website.

Jackals with various options

ETA with micarta and Multicam-style Cerakote

4 Responses to Tomahawks from Omnivore Blade-Works

  1. Ben May 31, 2011 at 15:10 #

    If I were still fighting fire I’d carry one of these on my web-gear. These things are B.A.!

  2. Dann in Ohio May 31, 2011 at 19:53 #

    Where’s the accessory rail? How do I mount my weapon light?

    Just kidding… they look pretty cool, I wonder how they hold their edge…

    Dann in Ohio

  3. Dan June 1, 2011 at 21:10 #

    Those are sweet. I’m with Dann (with 2 n’s – I like that) – they secondary bevel looks thin compared to a regular axe or hawk, but I imagine they would hold up very well.

    • Matt June 1, 2011 at 22:09 #

      Dan and Dann, I will be part of an evaluation loan on these so I will get to see first hand how they hold up.

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