RMJ Tactical & Jason Knight Collaboration Knight Hawk Black Cerakote

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RMJ Tactical & Jason Knight Collaboration Knight Hawk Black Cerakote
We've teamed up with Jason Knight and RMJ Tactical to bring Jason's tomahawk design to life, the Knight Hawk!  
We've collectively created a compact crash ax that can handle a multitude of cutting chores, and look bad ass at the same time! This is a multi-roll tool that gives you great capability, from breaching and emergency extraction, to defensive needs and it makes for a great camping companion.
The Knight Hawk is a full tang tomahawk made from 52100 carbon steel that is .265" thick and has a Rockwell hardness of 57-58.  It features 3D contoured G10 handle scales that are permanently mounted for durability, 2 colors are available, black and black cherry.  The head, from the forward edge to the end of the spike, is 6 3/4" long and has a 2 7/8" cutting edge that is ready for heavy abuse. The spike itself is 2 3/16" and is capable of  penetrating a variety of objects, car locks, windows, doors, tires, etc.  In the outdoors the spike makes a great digging tool, and can be used to drag logs and other tasks.   
  • Model: Knight Hawk
  • Overall Length: 14.50"  
  • Blade Length: 6.75"  
  • Cutting Edge Length: 2.875"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.265”
  • Blade Steel: 52100
  • Blade Finish: Black Cerakote
  • Handle Material: G-10
  • Color: Black and Black/Cherry
  • Sheath: Black Kydex scabbard two MAD straps  
  • Weight: 1 pound 7 oz (without sheath)
  • Country of Origin: U.S.A. 

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  • 5
    RMJ Knight Hawk

    Posted by Sam on 30th Jul 2021

    Wow! My first rmj hawk and I can’t wait to give it some abuse. The handle grip feels excellent. Well balanced chopping tool at first impression. The spike on this hawk is like a shark fin, it looks durable like it can take a lot of hammering and puncturing. The edge under the spike is sharpened at around 40 degrees, so it’s a robust edge but I feel like it gives the spike more strength overall. The chopping edge is also a nice design. From the middle of the axe, the head tapers down to a pretty thin edge, but it still feels like it has good weight behind it, so I know it will be a decent chopper at best. No complaints with the Kydex sheath, feels high quality with tight lockup as expected. I’m glad I finally forked over the $500 and purchased an Rmj Knight Hawk. I have a feeling this won’t be my last rmj, I’d recommend one of their axes or tomahawks in a second.

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