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The 9.4" Mini Jenny Spike tomahawk may be the smallest tomahawk in the RMJ line up, but it is a very versatile outdoor tool. The Mini Jenny Spike fills the role of a high-quality, multi-use tomahawk that can be utilized as a useful tool on a simple day hike, or a week long camping trip. From cutting wood to camp site clearing and food prep, the cutting capabilities of this tomahawk are endless. The Mini Jenny head features multiple sharp edges including the primary cutting head, the top line of the head, the bottom of the beard and the spike. Each of these surfaces can be used for cutting, scraping, fire starting and much more.
The Mini Jenny Spike offers full tang construction and 1/4" 80CRV2 carbon steel (57-58 HRC) is used in its construction. 3D contoured G10 handle scales are incorporated for added grip and durability. The tomahawk has a Tungsten Cerakote finish that facilitates greater resistance to wear, corrosion, chemical damage, and impact damage.
The main edge measures 2 5/8" in length, designed for heavy use in the field, chopping through anything you may need to cut, including brush, branches, and additional chores fit for the use of a sharp blade. The head, from the forward edge to the end of the spike, measures 5 3/4". The spike itself is 1 3/4" long, enough to breach or penetrate a variety of objects like car locks, windows, doors, tires and many more. When using this tool outdoors, the spike makes a great digging tool, and can even be used to drag logs.
Included is a molded Kydex Bottom-Eject Scabbard with low ride straps for belt carry.
Great For: Hike | Utility | Backpack | Camp
- Overall Length: 5.625 in
- Overall Height: 9.375 in
- Forward Cutting Edge Length: 2.63 in
- Blade Thickness: .275 in
- Weight: 16.9 ounces (without sheath)
- Blade Material: 80CRV2 (HRC 57-58)
- Sheath: Molded kydex Bottom Eject sheath with Low-Ride M.O.C. straps
In the box: Mini Jenny Spike Tomahawk, Kydex Sheath with Low-Ride M.O.C Straps, User Documentation