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New toy today Schrade tactical hatchet

This is a discussion on New toy today Schrade tactical hatchet within the Knives, Swords, Blades, Axes, Spears, Daggers, Machetes forums, part of the Weapons, Protection, Self Defense, Hand to Hand Combat category; I like it. Nice out of the box. I'll let everyone know how it performs in the next few days....

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    New toy today Schrade tactical hatchet

    I like it. Nice out of the box. I'll let everyone know how it performs in the next few days.
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    Maybe more importantly....dull the edge and sharpen it.

    How does it hold an edge?
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    Pistol grip.... high-capacity cutting edge.... 'tactical'.... black.... evil-looking.... but no shoulder thingy that goes up.

    You're good!
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    Tactical but is it extreme XXX . What makes a axe tactical ? Does it get some extra training. Have fun with it.
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    Enjoy!

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    Looks cool, might be handy for ice climbing with the pick. End of handle a nail puller?

    Schrade used to make quality USA stuff, I have a bunch of their knives. Do let use know on quality and the steel.

    I'm partial to axes/hatchets that have a hammer/sledge head opposite the blade. Pounding/driving is a primary function I need in an axe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robie View Post
    Maybe more importantly....dull the edge and sharpen it.

    How does it hold an edge?
    Apparently pretty good. It is SK5 steel.


    https://knifeuser.com/sk5-steel-review/
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    Yeah I did my research and settled on this one over a cold steel that I also was partial to. I like the pry bar at the end of this one. I can think of a million uses for it so I think it was a smart buy.
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    I do appreciate everyone's input. I am so glad I have found this site! it's nice to have like-minded folks to talk about the stuff with.

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    Looks like a handy little tool to have. Good pick up. I have hatchets out the wazoo here but I like it.
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