I have had the pleasure of reviewing a couple of tomahawks from Omnivore Blade-Works in the past. I was very impressed with the designs, the durability, and the function.
Omnivore Blade-Works is now in the process of improving much of their current line of knives and tomahawks for 2012. The Anubis, Omnivore’s flagship tomahawk, is one of the products that will benefit from a design refresh.
The Anubis will now feature an enlarged guard to keep the user’s hand off of the sharpened edges of the head. It has a more hooked base of the handle to improve chopping performance. The 1095 steel of the older version has been replaced with .285″ thick O1 tool steel. It will be electroless nickel plated for extreme corrosion resistance. Like the previous model, it will be available with micarta handle slabs or a bare steel handle with cord-wrap. Cerakote is optional.
These are some serious tomahawks that can absorb and dish out some serious abuse. Check them out at Omnivore Blade-Work’s website.