RMJ Tactical’s new Meat Tenderizer Paperweights are, you know, for tenderizing meat. Knuck collectors will be thrilled to have an option like this available from RMJ Tactical. They will be available in 2-4 weeks in either brass (around 13 ounces), steel (around 13 ounces), or aluminum (around 5 ounces) options.
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RMJ Tactical released the Kestrel Trail Tomahawk, a more outdoors oriented variant of their Kestrel Tomahawk with a hammer poll, late last year. Now they have announced the impending arrival of the Kestrel Trail Light Tomahawk which is a lighter weight version of the original. If the Kestrel Trail is a bushcrafty brother to the Kestrel, you can likely think of the Kestrel Trail Light as a bushcrafty brother to the Kestrel Feather Tomahawk.
The original Kestrel Trail Tomahawk weighs in at 24 ounces. The new Kestrel Trail Light sheds 6 ounces and weighs in at just 18 ounces at 13″ long. This is accomplished by using thinner steel stock.
You can look for the Kestrel Trail Light to arrive at dealers and on the RMJ Tactical website in about a week.
RMJ Tactical’s newest knife, the Ryan Johnson designed Jungle Dagger, is now available in a limited pre-production run of 50 knives. It is 11.5″ in overall length with a 6.75″ blade. The double-edged, hollow-ground dagger blade is ground from 80CrV2 steel, coated with tungsten Cerakote, and fitted with sculpted G-10 handle scales. The knife comes with a multi-position kydex sheath.
RMJ Tactical will release a new push dagger, the Dragonfly Push Dagger, at the upcoming Blade Show. The skeletonized design is clearly targeting the concealment market as a trim, lightweight, easy to carry defensive blade. It features a 2.5″ blade which will be legal in most jurisdictions that allow double-edged knives and it is 4.75″ in overall length. It will come standard with a kydex sheath but leather (shown below) will be available as an upgrade.
You know RMJ Tactical for their line of tomahawks and knives but did you know they also have a leather working sister company called Chattanooga Leather Works (CLW)? CLW offers an entire line of leather goods running the gamut from hand made leather bags to knife sheaths for RMJ Tactical and other knives. Now they are making the next logical step into tomahawk scabbards.
The kydex tomahawk scabbards that RMJ Tactical includes with their tomahawks are excellent unlike most tomahawks on the market. The design allows for the use of a number of modular attachment systems so you can actually carry your tomahawk. When something works that well, you don’t change it… much.
The leather tomahawk scabbards from Chattanooga Leather Works retain the same features and shape of the original kydex scabbards but with the obvious difference of being made from leather. They look great and, most importantly, they can still be used with RMJ Tactical’s MOC straps so they retain all the functionality of the kydex sheath.
As you can see from the images in this post, these are already in progress for many of RMJ Tactical’s most popular tomahawk models.