Loading... Please wait...

Shrike Tomahawk

$425.00
Rating:
Quantity:
This product is available for pre-order only

Product Description

IMPORTANT: Please include extended zip code when placing order, if applicable. Your order could be declined "due to address or zip code mismatch" if you do not include this information.

If your payment is declined do NOT attempt to pay for your cart again. Please call us to complete the order. Often when a card is "declined" the funds will be tied up for a few days during the rejection process. The most common reason for a card to be declined is that there is a discrepancy between the zip code entered in the billing address and the one the bank has on file.

-RMJ's best-selling Shrike was our first hammer-forged tomahawk

-Length - 15 1/2 inches

-Weight - 27 ounces

-Differentially heat-treated

-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 belt loops, shoulder strap or RUMP Molle platform

-Variety of handle color options (Swatches above)

-DuraCoat finish

-Lifetime Guarantee

Product Videos

Shrike Insulation Test ()
  • RMJ Tactical Tomahawk in Chattanooga, Tenn
  • RMJ Tactical on Modern Marvels
  • Shrike Insulation Test

Find Similar Products by Category

Product Reviews

Write your own product review

Showing reviews 1-4 of 30 | Next

  1. Grip

    Posted by Larry on 5th Aug 2014

    My background, General contractor , Truss manufacturer, Sports cars. I use my hands a lot. I feel I have a strong grip because I have used a hammer most of my life. If my hammer was new or became slippery I would sand or scrape wood handle to make it have more grip. By having the handle have more grip you find that you don't have to have a death grip on it to keep it from slipping out of your hand. The handle on your product is slick. I have to over grip it to keep it from slipping. It will be worst with wet or sweaty hands. I may try to put tennis tape or golf grip on it to see if will help. Look how custom gun makers go to great lengths to make pistol have more grip so it does not move in your hand.



  2. Great birthday gift

    Posted by Unknown on 16th Jul 2014

    My husband and I are very involved in hunting, fishing, and foraging. He wanted a solid tomahawk to have along when we're out (as well as a decent option for home defense if it came down to it). He LOVES this tomahawk. I sometimes find him just holding it to feel the weight and commenting on what a nice tool it is. Definitely one of the better birthday gifts I've ever given him. Thanks!


  3. If you can carry only one tool....

    Posted by Ed Hines on 16th Jun 2014

    If it were an end of the world scenario and you could carry only one tool with you, i would recommend the Shrike. The pickaxe back of the beard allows for effective digging thtough dirt, car doors, rock or cinder block walls. The beard of the Shrike is highly effective for fighting, utility or , if need be, hammering through chipped walls. The multi-purpose functionality of the Shrike has made it the premier model in the RMJ tactical family of tools.


  4. Shrike in Viking land!

    Posted by From Denmark on 1st May 2014

    This is built for war! One piece of furious "material eater"! Think I'm gonna call it "Pac-Mac"!

    Quality is great, craftmanship is great with wicked sharp edge, beard, spike and skull crasher!

    The drop forging with enhanced metal grain is my favourite!


Showing reviews 1-4 of 30 | Next


Customers Who Viewed This Product Also Viewed



Recent Updates

Newsletter