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M48 Tactical Tomahawk AtropaB Edition

Not everyone wants black

  • Axe and spike for personal defense or standard chopping, such as yard work
  • Made from precision-cast 2CR13 stainless steel
  • Did we mention the handle's PURPLE?
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Not everyone wants black

We'll start out by saying that if purple is not your thing, we have other options.

Our AtropaB version of the Tactical Tomahawk is named for the beautiful Deadly Nightshade, Atropa belladonna, which is one of the single most toxic plants in the world. Just like this tomahawk, all parts of Deadly Nightshade are highly unpleasant when consumed by mammals. Both cause headaches, hallucinations, delirium, and convulsions, although Deadly Nightshade's effects are achieved through neurotoxins, while the Tactical Tomahawk AtropaB's effects are achieved through direct application. WHICH YOU SHOULD NEVER DO. Unless you're doing it to a fairy or a unicorn or some other fictional creature which is uniquely deserving of a purple axe to the head.

Product Specifications

  • Axe and spike for personal defense or standard chopping, such as yard work
  • Blade securely attached to the paracord-wrapped, 30% nylon, reinforced handle with three separate bolts
  • Materials: Precision-cast 2CR13 stainless steel
  • Handle wrapped with 14 ft. of removable paracord
  • Comes with a nylon, snap-button sheath
  • Dimensions: 8" head, 15" overall, 3 3/4" cutting edge length tip to tip
  • Weight: 1 1/2 lbs.

PRODUCT DISCLAIMER:  These products are not intended for any unlawful purpose as defined by applicable local, county, state, and federal laws.  By agreeing herein, purchaser acknowledges that he/she is 18 years of age or older. Purchaser also acknowledges that he/she is permitted to purchase this product pursuant to his local, county, state, and federal laws.