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-The Jenny Wren is a light and fast 'hawk
-Designed to be ultra-lightweight and fast for close quarters combat and light breaching
-Length - 11 1/2 inches
-Weight - 18.5 ounces
-Slim, fast cross section
-4140 Chrome-moly steel
-Textured G-10 FR4 3-D machined handle scales
-Differentially heat treated
-Bottom-eject Kydex scabbard with choice of belt loops, shoulder strap or RUMP Molle platform included
-Variety of handle color options (Swatches above)
Posted by myron on 23rd Apr 2014
The Jenny Wren truly has no peers - this baby is hands down THE best tomahawk made anywhere in the world! Perfect balance, rapid deployment, light, hard, ferocious! I tip my hat to RMJ to sticking with what works and refusing to cut corners. Ultimately you get what you pay for, and with respect to the Jenny Wren, you are getting SOOOOOO much more as a bonus!!! Buy one - you WILL NOT regret it!!!
Posted by Steve T. on 15th Aug 2013
I bought this Tomahawk for my last trip where I needed a combat weapon that was lighter and more concealable, but wanted to add a level of usefulness if Escape and Evaision was enacted. This is easy to carry, light weight, super durable, sharp and has multiple functions to include light breaching, and is a good tool for extraction. This also adds an extended reach that surpasses a fixed blade. This model is the Spike version. For training I used a black hawk so not to damage my combat weapon system — this is in near perfect condition. I have camo painted the scabbard and put a crusader cross on both items in light camo paint (I do this to ensure I know which item is mine overseas and for others to identify).
The penetration capability of the back spike is unbelievable!