DoubleStar Corp Unveils Wrath Tomahawk

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posted on January 16, 2017
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DoubleStar Corp. announced the first edged weapon that brings the best elements of a crash axe and tomahawk together into what the company calls the truly modern "CrashHawk."

The Wrath was purpose-built, combining the close-proximity weapon and chopping capability of a crash axe with the multi-use functionality of a tomahawk from prying to piercing, splitting and breaching.

The face and beard of the Wrath have the power and stroke to cut the A-pillar out of a full-size car and still maintain surgical precision in the proper hands. Utilizing a scalloped spike, the Wrath increases penetration with the same slicing effects of serration and will go right though most sheet metals with ease.

Cabrera Custom designed the handle and texture to give the right amount of retention without being too aggressive on the hands. Last but not least, DoubleStar’s selection of .285 S7 tool steel is way beyond bullet-proof.

The Wrath weighs in at 2 pounds, 1 ounce and measures a compact 16.5 inches. The Wrath sells at a suggested price of $564.99.

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