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Marbles X-1 Tactical Tomahawk $17
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3/8 inward of apex

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thickness

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Not very comfy chopping could benefit from composite wrap

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i don't know if it's just me or what, butt i see no use for a tactical hawk outside of war or a zombie attack.
Tryker



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#7
Good emergency tool depends on what your doing and what design elements you want . A spax is a great utility tool and chopper once sharpened well . There are many full tang .20 to .25 etc spiked hatchets in the market
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#8
A Far cry from the Marbles Safety Ax of my youth.

How does it Throw?
Andre Dumouchel





Having My Name and Living in Texas, it is simply assumed that I will Eat Anything and have Primitive Skills.

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they still make that I believe made in c hina to my knowlege.

haven't thrown it yet I assume it will do fine
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I raised my kids (now in their middle to late 30's) to axes, single and double bit. full sized (including Brush axes and mattocks) down to hatchet/hawks/roofing hatchets all the way down to just the heads, Hammers from 16 pound to 2 ounce, single most common question was/is How does it throw? (long and over length handles while better for swinging use (if you have both the strength and skill) make proper rotation for throwing harder to figure.) throwing just the heads, you tend to throw like a discus.

Throwing axes/hammers. the learning to throw part tends to destroy handles, best to start with cheap and let the kids learn to re-haft.

Side throwing tends to kill the trees, the cross grain aspect gouges wood and destroys the bark.

I do have plenty of smithing and machinist hammers that are not for Throwing, and a couple of fine axes that I have not thrown.

Yes we throw knives (and a very few select swords) but a 10 inch to 12 inch hafted four pound hammer, or a one to three pound ax double or single sixteen inch down to no handle at all has plenty of history.

Picking knives to throw, Hard tempered knives tend to break and handles tend to break as well especially at the beginning of the learning process.

I have mostly stopped throwing anything, way tough on old shoulders.
But, showing off can get real hard to avoid sometimes.
Andre Dumouchel





Having My Name and Living in Texas, it is simply assumed that I will Eat Anything and have Primitive Skills.

(Some Women like a Fella that has Primitive Skills!)

(Some Men Too, and That's Ok!)

Stupidity can be painful, and fun to watch from time to time.
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(03-05-2018, 09:02 PM)Andre DuMouchel Wrote: I have mostly stopped throwing anything, way tough on old shoulders.
But, showing off can get real hard to avoid sometimes.

You might be able to throw shuriken.  The horizontal throw doesn't require much shoulder movement.


This is the basic technique:




Throwing paper or rubber shuriken would be more stable and accurate than cards, and of course metal shuriken would be even better.
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I am curious. What is plan 26c??
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Ya can't go wrong with that price.
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We go into the wilderness to fulfill our hearts and empty our minds of life's garbage.
The gear we leave behind and the challenges we encounter, 
Are methods we use to cleanse our spirits.
Of Survivalists and Bushcrafters, Primitive Technologists too, we are one.........

It is the wilderness within, we strive for first and always.
Not everyone can have a cabin in the mountains.
The thread that connects us, is fine like silk and strong as steel.
Together, the song of the wilderness is the song we sing!

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Bushcrafting is "doing what you want to do." 
Survival is "doing what you have to do"
Primitive Technology is about all of the above........

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