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Product Code: DSK104

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Controversies are normal in this modern 21st century. Carbon steel or Stainless? Revolver or Semi-auto? FMJ or Hollow points? There is another dilemma that has complicated the battle field of modern warfare “Crash Axe or Tomahawk”? Well, how about both! We are proud to present the Wrath! This CrashHawk was purposely designed by Robert H. Cabrera of Filo Bladeworks. It was designed to give you all the best elements of the crash axe without sacrificing the CQC abilities of the Tomahawk. The face and beard of the Wrath have the power and stroke to be able to cut the A-pillar out of a full size car and still maintain the finesse of a surgeon in the proper hands. Utilizing a scalloped spike, the Wrath increases penetration with the same slicing effects of serration and can openers right through most sheet metals with ease. Rob custom designed the handle and texture to give just the right amount of retention without being too aggressive on the hands. Last but not least our selection of (S7) steel went beyond bullet proof straight to indestructible. The Wrath will not disappoint when unleashed on your next objective.


Additional Information

Additional Information

Product Weight No
Blade Length 2.75"
Over All Length 16.5"
Blade Material .285" S7 Steel
Color DoubleStar Bronze
Features Cerakote finish for Durability
Handle Materials Textured G-10 Scales
Sheath Kydex
Brand DoubleStar Corp.
Manufacturer DoubleStar Corp.
Country of Manufacture United States
Warranty Yes

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