Whether you’re out for a weekend camping expedition or fighting off a horde of brain eating zombies, GeekAlerts understands the need to have a handy weapon/tool with you at all times. Made by United Cutlery, the M48 Ranger Hawk Axe will go nicely with any survival pack…as will the Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 Compact Rifle, Dead On Annihilator Superhammer and Ka-Bar Zombie Killer Knives.
This axe is lightweight for easy carrying and features 8 inch blade made of precision cast 2Cr13 stainless steel. The nylon handle is reinforced with 30% fiberglass and comes wrapped with a black nylon cord, but you can add more paracord just in case. The handy compass ensures that you don’t get lost while on the hunt and the nylon snap button sheath protects the blade and you from any unwanted accidents.
This M48 Ranger Hawk is the ultimate tactical tool. It is lightweight to be carried all day without added muscle fatigue and the blade of the M48 Ranger Hawk offers a wide, upswept axe blade for mammoth chopping, slashing and cutting potential. The axe head is constructed of precision cast 2Cr13 stainless steel. When combined with the backside of the head, the spike and axe head make for an efficient personal defense and breaching tool as well as a great camping tool with an extremely fast chopping edge. The blade is securely attached to the sturdy nylon reinforced handle with 30% fiberglass, with three separate bolts and black nylon cord wrapping. It comes complete with a nylon snap button sheath that also houses the included directional compass. 8” blade, 15 1/2” overall
M48 Ranger Hawk Axe
- For the (mostly) silent killing of zombies
- Lightweight and portable axe
- Wide, upswept blade made of precision cast 2Cr13 stainless steel
- Nylon reinforced handle with 30% fiberglass and black nylon cord wrapping
- Nylon snap button sheath with D-ring
- WARNING: Using this on a human is illegal. Verify that your target is undead before you cleave its skull in twain.
The M48 Ranger Hawk Axe should be available in a few months at ThinkGeek.com ($59.99) and at Amazon.com.
Fail. If it isn’t a solid one-piece steel axe, I WILL break it.