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-RMJ's best-selling Shrike was our first hammer-forged tomahawk
-Length - 15 1/2 inches
-Weight - 23 ounces
-Designed to pierce a kevlar helmet
-Hammer forged all chrome-moly 4140 steel construction
-Handle tang fixed into an insulated, non-conductive grip
-Handle is hard rubber over molded onto the full tang
-Hardened 4140 end cap unscrews to provide access to the provided sharpening stone
-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
-Variety of handle color options (Swatches above)
-Lifetime Guarantee against structural failure
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Posted by Full Armor on 19th Jan 2016
I am the proud owner of a 1st generation Krestrel, Berserker and Little Bird, a Tengu Ono and now a Shrike. Each Hawk has its own application (some just because) and I can already see that the Shrike will become part of my everyday kit with its versatility. It feels really good in the hand, looks like it means business, is razor sharp (was able to "shave" the hair right off my hand) and I love that the handle is insulated... lights off folks!!! I highly recommend this or any other RMJ Tomahawk to anyone that wants a real quality tool that is worth every penny of the price, besides when you would trust your life to a product the price you pay for it means nothing! Can't wait to buy my next one...
Posted by Unknown on 20th Nov 2015
It finally came to me what the Shrike and Shrike S-13 remind me of: the good guys' swords in J.R.R. Tolkein's Lord of the Rings trilogy: beautifully-wrought, deadly practical.
I like the Shrikes because they're hammer-forged; making them (theoretically) a bit tougher.
The only difference between the fullsize Shrike and the smaller S-13 is 2 inches of handle length and 3 oz of weight: the heads are identical. So if you're in a situation where 'every ounce counts' or where shorter is handier, the S-13 is the way to go.
OTOH, the fullsize Shrike has the potential to hit a bit harder, due to its longer handle. Either way, you've got a tool and/or weapon that's as good-looking as it is useful.
Posted by The Ghost of Christmas Past on 6th Nov 2015
I got my Shrike 7 years ago and I have used it frequently since then. It has withstood everything that I have subjected it to, without failure. My only gripe is the sharpening stone; it broke the last time I perforated a barrel. I highly recommend this tool. It is well made and reliable.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Sep 2015
3 years ago I purchesed my first "tactical tomahawk" that cost me a solid $20. I got what I paid for. Since then, I have had a longing for the best of the best... But could never justify the price in my mind.
Recently I made the decision of taking a chance on a nearly $500 piece of steel. And again... I got what I paid for.
A Solid, sharp, light, fast, tool that begs to be held, and excels with every swing. The craftsmanship and the love poured into it is breathtaking, and I'm proud to support those that provide the best.
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