Not every problem can be solved by a bullet. Right tool for the job, and all. So when you need to chop something, the Wrath CrashHawk combines the best features of a tomahawk and a crash axe in a solid tool that is sure to be as useful as it is fun. The Wrath, by Filo Bladeworks, is on display at the Doublestar booth.
“I wanted something that operators would not be afraid to take out into the field,” said designer Rob Cabrera.
The tomahawk blade has a peaked “cut on impact” tip and the spike is scalloped for increased penetration. The neck is fluted to reduce weight and the ergonomic handle is textured enough for a sure grip but not overly aggressive.
The Wrath is constructed of S7 steel, like jackhammer bits. It has an overall length of 16.5 inches and weighs just over 2 pounds. It retails for $564.