**Handles shown in picture are not what the current handles look like. Current handles are a grippy G10. New pictures coming soon**
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Because many of our LEO customers have requested a breaching tomahawk that has a more tool like appearance than our other tomahawks, we have developed the Pathfinder Hawk. It's appearance resembles the traditional fireman's ax and has the spike and blade geometry that is so important in a breacher. Like our other tomahawks, the Pathfinder is an excellent lightweight breaching and rescue tool. When the first Pathfinders were sent out for field testing with key LE professionals they said that the Pathfinder did everything they needed, but it is also the best camping/adventure ax they ever used. So don't think the Pathfinder is just for emergencies. It is a beast in the woods too!
-Length - 11.75 inches
-Weight - 24 ounces
-Width - 1/4 inches
-4140 Chrome-moly steel
-Innovative I-Bean handle design
-G-10 FR4 3-D machined handle scales
-Differentially heat treated
-Bottom-eject Kydex scabbard with choice of Low Ride MOC Straps (for belt carry) or High Ride MOC Straps (for MOLLE and Shoulder Strap carry) included
Posted by Matthew Ryan Beasley on 2nd Jul 2015
I have a few RMJ's and have bought them all in relatively short time so am still in testing phase with a few of them. The Active Shooter (Pathfinder) Tomahawk is without a doubt the best all around tomahawk I have used so far. Its head heavy geometry along with its slight curve in the handle mak this thing a real "biter" when processing wood. Further testing is in progress and will update this review a bit later. Needless to say if you are on the fence, DON'T BE! Another masterpiece from RMJ here! I wouldnt be at all suprised to find this RMJ's most sought after hawk going forward!