This robust-bellied hatchet expertly skins and chops the biggest game the hunt brings in. Easily taken into the field, the portable and ultra-sharp blade holds an edge to prevent body strain and offer F.A.S.Ter chopping. A sturdy sheath keeps it safely secured.
This robust-bellied hatchet is enhanced to expertly skin and chop hunting’s biggest and best game. The Myth Hatchet’s cleverly engineered rubber handle, developed expressly for a grippy but not sticky hold, keeps to its Myth family tradition of design for professional hunters and guides.
Process game quickly and clear hunting sight lines at a rapid rate with the same tool. The Myth Hatchet is a portable, compact axe made for a hunter, and excels at chopping wood and bone. It combines light heft and an ultra-sharp blade known for its edge retention. Its small size makes it ideal for transport, and its high-capacity potential prevents body strain as well as offering faster chopping for overall enhanced performance and efficiency.
With a really big choil and major jimping along the upper edge of the handle, the hatchet stays firm in your hand while working in slick and slippery conditions. Possessing a shock absorbing handle that helps in prevention of overstrike injury, the Myth Hatchet offers great grip and superior hand control. Its hardened forged steel blade, in conjunction with the unique grind technique engineered for a sharper edge, will make precise, clean cuts for far longer than average, making this an intuitive kit axe for hunting and beyond. The Myth Hatchet contains a lanyard for easy tie-down, and its sturdy plastic sheath cleverly locks into the hole in the blade for convincing assurance it won’t slip off unless you want it off.
The other review stating the Gerber Myth Hatchet has a slow and difficult release is false as I'm sure he figured out once he got more familiar with the hatchet because there is a simple way to quickly and easily remove the hatchet but if you try and remove it wrong it is hard and slow and dangerous but once you know how you realize the polymer sheath is as ingenious as the hatchet itself. The only draw back is the belt attachment is a polymer loop instead of a clip, and not all my belts fit but that's just out of the box as I already have future plans for customization utilizing a Philips screw hole. I haven't tested the hatchet itself too much yet but I already see the potential for it's chopping and steering ability with multiple solid grip positioning. And anyone who owns a Gerber Myth Hatchet will tell you that out of the box it's as sharp as the devil himself. God bless.
Hi, Gerber i think you should re-modify the sheath design of the Bear Grylls survival hatchet like this one because that was toooooooooo hard and slow to remove.
just my opinion. thanks.