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RMJ's Nylon Tomahawk Trainers are close replicas of the Shrike and S13 Shrike Tactical Tomahawks. Made of durable molded Nylon in a black finish, the Shrike-size Tomahawk Trainer measures 15 1/2 inches in length, while the S13-size Tomahawk Trainer measures 13 1/2 inches in length. Also available is the optional Kydex bottom-eject scabbard. Scabbard can be purchased separately.
***All of our Trainer tomahawks are made from a mold of an unsharpened Shrike. There are hammer forge pattern marks on the Trainers, because they are an exact copy of a Shrike forging. All of our Trainers are the same.
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Posted by Fred on 28th Jan 2016
I am very impressed by the Shrike training hawk. Delivery was fast and I think that the quality of the tool for the intended purpose is excellent. Working with the nylon trainer and then swapping in an actual Shrike to accustom for the weight difference is probably saving me from significant personal damage. There is a real advantage working out using a tool that is a dimensional replica of an actual Shrike. This is one tough training tool.
Posted by Jim on 22nd Jan 2016
This is not a toy...by this I mean that it is not flimsy. It is quite adequate for indexing one's training having appropriate distance and a decent weight. I would not abuse it with hard repetitive impact though. In terms of durability, I would still rate it below (eg) an aluminum one. That said, it is very safe.
(Even aluminum trainers can cause damage...)
Overall...and for the price, very satisfactory.
Posted by Rich on 3rd Feb 2015
The Shrike training hawk is a great addition to my/your tool box of training goodies. Expanding my choice of weapons means different drills and more of a versatile workout.
The shipping was fast and the package arrived intact. That's amazing even for Thailand (where I am living)
Posted by Unknown on 26th Oct 2014
Full Explanation, and at the bottom a summary of the Pros and Cons.
I've used other "training weapons" made of similar materials--mostly different kinds of plastics like polypropylene or nylon. Cold Steel, for instance, has a very cleanly molded training swords and Eskrima Sticks.
When I first held mine I thought, "looks good", but then later that day under closer inspection I noticed some imperfections. They told me the small holes from bubbles in the molding process were normal and that the overall fit in finish could be attributed to the fact that it's molded from a forging and not a finished tomahawk. That didn't seem too bad to me, though I was a little disappointed the trainer didn't match RMJ's usual quality. They attributed this to the fact that they are not made in shop but by another company. What finally pushed me over the edge *pun* was when I found a very large bubble, about the size of a quarter, on the left side of the tomahawk's beard (below the surface, un-popped). It was large enough and in a thin enough place to make me think, this is very thin, it might break. So I returned it, and they agreed to reimburse me for the full price and the return shipping.
-Material appears to be durable.
-Good customer service.
-Should function well for training.
-Sub par quality, especially in comparison to their usual work.
-Not build in house.
-Website's description does not mention the bubbles and imperfections.
-Fairly expensive, especially for what you get.
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