A marvel of simplicity, this tool has a single-minded goal: to settle the breaching argument. No barrier is a match for the beveled edge axe head, the hammer head element, or the pry bar built into the tan G-10 handle. A 420HC steel body won't break under pressure.
When you’re in a situation where time is of the essence, you can’t waste time wondering if you have the right tool for the job. No matter what’s on the other side of that door or barrier, you want a tool with the same single-minded determination as the man wielding it. The Gerber Tactical Downrange Tomahawk is a marvel of simplicity and efficiency in service of solving serious problems. No moving parts to break or jam, no extraneous gimmicks to get in the way—just a well thought-out design and three-quarters of a century of Gerber craftsmanship in your hands.
TRIPLE-PURPOSE AX HEAD
There’s no arguing with a tomahawk. This is largely due to the Downrange’s three-tiered approach to tactical breaching. The axe head’s beveled edge is capable of chopping through drywall and turning walls and doors to splinters. The backside of the ax head functions as hammer for getting through hinges, locks, doorknobs and anything else that’s there to slow you down. The third threat is a pry bar at the end of the handle, controlled by a cutaway grip in the ax head.
SERIOUS PRY BAR
Opposite the business end of the Downrange Tomahawk is a hefty pry bar. With a solid marriage of physics and force, you can confidently pry away using the cutaway handle in the ax head for leverage. The 420HC steel body with Cerakote™ will not bend or break, and the desert tan G-10 handle has integrated scales to keep the tool firmly in your hands no matter the conditions.
PACKS LIKE A PRO
Tomahawks don’t exactly fit in your pocket, so it comes with a sheath that’s as practical as the tool itself. No matter what line of duty you serve in, if this tool is going to make it to where the action is, it has to be easy to carry. Which is where the MOLLE-compatible sheath comes into play. It readily attaches to your pack, standard webbing or body armor, so it goes where you do.
I've had my down range for over 2 years, I love it I used to play with it a lot and take it on trips now it's strapped to my BOB. My buddy was re-building houses and flipping them and I got to use the down range in the demolition of those houses, I was ripping doors off the frames and cutting doors down no problem. Seriously took me 2 swings with the hammer head on a standard door hinge and I sheared that mofo off! Great tool! It's over priced... I got mine on amazon for 187$.. also it came with a blunt edges but I fixed that quickly. Solid sturdy manly piece of steel.
This is an awesome tool. Have had mine for 2.5 years. Defiantly could have done better on the blade cover and grip. But nothing a little leather and paracord couldn't solve.
PS. Hard to find another, make 2.0 version need a couple more.
Don't know why every one says great breaching tool it sucks. Sorry to say it, but for an average joe this is great. The real question is does this tool work for combat maybe if I wanted to spend a few days on one door trying to get in. If you wanna breach get a shotgun with some breaching rounds or a good ole double jack not a dull hammer that's as soft as a nickel.
Too expensive. Weight distribution off. Don't charge 300$ for a tomahawk and send me a rounded, dull, edge.
The Gerber tomahawk has been a lovely piece of equipment. Mine came sharp. Not hard to sharpen if you have an axe sharpener. 2 years of abuse up to and including chopping into aluminum framing. Never had a filled edge, never had to re sharpen it and has been a perfect camping and demolition tool. The kydex beard sheath broke and i will have to make a new one but the tomahawk is well made and was worth the price And believe me I've used a lot of different tomahawks and this one by far has been my favorite.
The product is decent. But it comes with and extremely dull edge. As in rounded.
When I contacted customer support I was told:
We have intentionally created the Gerber Downrange Tomahawk with a dull blade, in line with our competitors for safety reasons. This is a Breaching Tool. The multi-functional unit acts as an Axe, Hammer and Pry Bar with superior performance.
The product is comprised of US420HC with Cerakote™ with a Desert Tan overmold handle and includes a MOLLE Compatible Sheath.
For further detailer of the Downrange Tomahawk, visit our website at:
This doesn't answer my questions at all.
In fact, here's a verbatim from the link you sent me:
"Turning walls and doors to splinters"
This would imply a sharpened edge.
So, again I ask you:
"Do you provide any sharpening services? Especially for brand new products?"
I was then told they could only sharpen knives. Not the down range tomahawk.
So, after spending $300 on their product, I have to spend more money to get it sharpened.
My poor review is for their service.
I've used my tomahawk for all sorts of things from its intended uses to splitting small kindling, pounding loose nails and prying stuff apart. My only gripe is the blade cover took more of a beating and over the last year and a half, the blade cover is no more.
I think it can do several things ok but none great, definitely not well enough to justify the price. In my opinion the head to handle mass is off a bit. I would like to see a 2.0 version with a little more mass added to the hammer head and above the cut out to balance the head and give a better grip for prying.
This is a great piece of kit!!! In our line of work it's better to have the best the first time around. American Quality is worth every hard earned dollar! In our Community we don't mind paying for the best kit money can buy. What Mission Dictates!
I like this tool. i want it to be better though. the hammer head could me bigger and the hatchet could have better balance. simply adding a reinforcement above the cutout it would give better balance and increase the grip for the prybar. I would rather carry a few extra ounces and have a tool that performs well, then have a lighter less useful tool. It does sharpen nice and hold a good edge, just want the "tomahawk" to have better balance.... like a good tomahawk
Solid well engineered and constructed axe. Have used it for various tasks related to bushcraft (haven't breached a door with it). One thing to note is the axe does not come with an edge on it. Possibly because its not meant to be used as a regular hand axe. It will however take an edge if you use a professional sharpener the first time (after that you can hone by hand). The only reason I give this product 4 stars is the sheath. It is made of a flimsy consumer grade nylon and will not strap to a molle pack with any force. A quick tug will rip it from you pack. Also, the retaining snaps that hold the axe to the sheath are light duty and do not hold the axe securely. Count on having to rig up a better way to secure the axe to your pack or gearbag.
Personally I love this product. Its versatility and utility properties as a multi functional tool are incredible. @ first glance you may note the face that this can destroy or demolish obstacles, barriers, etc as well as the capability to build a shelter, build a barrier, brake you out of the wrong place or into the right place at a bad time.
This also offers a good reliable way to defend yourself if the need was to arise, (though commonly unlikely). Though I do have a job in which I see dangerous situations on a regular basis, and my tools save my life. If they/it just broke or stopped working at the wrong time it could be all she wrote for this guy. So having this tool by my side is not on a whim, it was a methodically planned to help increase my chances of coming home at the end of the day(s). I feel better just knowing it's by my side ,especially in times of uncertainty. (A good melee tool is invaluable).
It can be implemented as an effective and valuable tool no matter the situation & condition(s), she will perform & then outperform. Couple this with the size and fact that you can go in two handed for extremely effective power strikes on wood or when breaching, wile at the same time remaining beyond light enough to not only use two handed wile still being incredibly effective and easy to control.
She also balances perfectly an inch above the second handle stud closer to the head of the tool.
In EMERGENCY, TACTICAL, & SURVIVAL operations/conditions, this is the best tool you could ask for.
this tool is awesome, however it is a little flawed. the sheath is a little floppy and it comes with 0 edge. but with some determination, hard work and alot of free time, i got a decent edge on it. all in all, im satisfied.
Love It! Does everything I need and I've put it through hell! To those who are complaining about the price... Don't buy it! Your '$30 tools' you speak of will not do what this Tomahawk will. Lifetime Warranty is great to have also. Love all my Gerber Knives & Tools!
To all the civilian folks that can’t/don’t understand the true use for this tool… then you’re in a trade that requires you to fight for our freedom, search and recuse our brothers’ this is the BREECHING tool I want in my hand!!! It is designed to break through hatches, fiberglass, metal and wooden doors and walls it is a fantastic tool. Lastly, stop complaining about how you misuse this equipment, if you use it as its indented you’ll actually understand the true purpose of this Downrange Tomahawk .
Excellent tool and overall design, however I question the longevity of the "hammer" head. It's welded on and not an integral part of the steel. You never see hammers made like this...too much change for a stress crack on or around the weld. For this price, which is too high either way, they should have had the hammer face machined with the rest of the steel all in one piece. Forge this thing in 1 piece and drop $125 off the price and it's a winner.
i took a look at what kind of steel it is made of and it not that great 420ch is not the best thats for share 440 is the best and cheaper
Awesome tool. Trying to "f" it up but it's taking all the punishment i can give it. Mounting it to my plate carrier is a problem becasue of that sheath. It's impractical and not as secure as the one being built for mine so it's one-handed deployment.
Shop around for a better price, I did and it didn't break the bank.
This product is great, for all of you complaining about price, shut up and go buy a $25 one, this is a breaching TOOL, we pay much more money for much more useless things in the military, if your never been in a situation where you need this, and in a more convenient package, then you don't need this, its not a zombie apocalypse look at how cool i look tool, this is a Tool.
420 HC steel is a pretty low choice for anyone wanting a really good tomahawk or ax as it won't stay sharp long enough to chop down a small pine sapling. 154CM would be my choice for good edge retention, D2 would be it but I am too lazy to keep it clean so it doesn't rust. But either one beats the britches off 420 HC that you chose for yours. Even if you had used good steel, the price is way too much when we can buy one about as good for 1/t0 your price. Don.t believe it? Look on ebay.com
How in the hell can you people post a review when more than half did not buy one yet??? Buy the product and then post a review!!
The one I received today is a piece of junk! The weld on the hammer to axe head is bad, very bad. I know stainless is a little harder to weld but for over $200 this was bad.
The hex screw closest to the axe head was striped (rounded) on both sides.
The axe head was not sharp. Now I know one poster/reviewer said for breaching it does not need to be sharp, how many doors have you breached??? This will only breach a hollow bedroom door! You will NOT breach a steel layer door with this or a solid wood door.
Do not buy this product if you intend to use it. For the money there are far better products out there that can be used for what they are made for, with a far superior quality to them. I am returning this back to Botach.
Awesome design. However, does not come sharpened, which I thought was bunk. How you gonna sell a dull axe to people. When you hear tomahawk, you think, sharp. Right?
Got it on sale and still feel kinda ripped off. If I sharpen it does that void the warranty?
D2 would snap if you had to pry with it. This steel is perfect for the application. It's a little pricy but it's a solid, very useful tool.
This product is good but there is one part that sucks the steel do not ever use stainless steel on something like this use high carbon steel is will be much stronger and hold a edge better
Love my mark 2 but my sog tomohawk was a third the price and does just as good a job you have to be crazy to charge that much
Awesome design but, make it with D2 and I'd buy a dozen, one for every unit in my department. As is, not for me but close.
i was totally set to buy until i saw the price. way over priced. i got a similar tool for demolition ( minus the "axe" blade) from home depot for 30$ and its a beast. sorry Gerber but you're out of line this time.
It has a lifetime warranty and is made in the USA, it's versatile and could serve a good LE or Military purpose.
I read most of the reviews. and believe that a harder steel such as O1 or D2 would be better for it. even in breaching you need it to stay sharp enough to make repeated blows to a door, door frame, or wall. some times you will strike a hinge or nail. Longevity is key.
Tool appears to be very well designed to be an all around utility chopping/breeching tool. The price however seems out of line. $300.00 for a 420HC hatchet attached to a pry bar?
If another poster's opinion that it is only an urban breeching tool is valid - all the more reason to skip it and get a pry bar for a fraction of the cost. If it has no utility for cutting down light timber and trail clearing, then it is too delicate to be a breeching tool.
Awesome and very useful but it is so expensive, i actually keep from using it as much as i'd like because i'm afraid i'l wear it down or something, just like you would with a really expensive sweater, hardly wear it so you out of fear that you'll ruin it
Why do you have to have credentials for this great tool that many outdoors men, hunters and just the all around person would like to purchase. What is that I hear the price is $300 to $420 I think that is kinda steep. I have many of your products and use them daily keep up the good work and craftmenship. Thank you and have a good day.
It has a certain level of cool to it, but it's just not worth $285. Not even close. I value it at about $60.
Just admit it, you had benchmade build this for you. Portland, Oregon? It doesn't take long to connect the dots.
I agree with the other reviews 420 seems non suitable for this tool. When you look at this you can see cutting through reel tough stuff like metal.
(note: I am not an owner of this product)
For this price you would think this was S30V or VG10.
Using 420HC it should cost like $150.
I like the tool Great design, but won't be getting it for this price with this steel.
gerber has good gear it is just all over priced and no one wants to pay 285$ for something you can get somewhere else. Gerber you need to lower your prices.
Great tool. But the cost is just ridiculous. There is a huge selection of other options for less than a third of the price. Just google tactical ax. I could buy 4 awesome axes, for the price of this thing.
I've had the Downrange Tomahawk close to a year now. It's been with me everywhere both on and off duty. Used hammer to break locks, axe blade goes through everything (wood, brick and metal). The only thing I'd like to see improved is it's mounting design and options.
This product seems awesome and I would love to have one but I have to agree with the other reviews, price point is a bit excessive.
If it were cheaper I would purchase this.If it started the fire for me and also gathered my water I mite buy it
This product is just mazing in every way but it is just not worth 300 dollars, which is a huge drawback, costing more than my phone. Really need to lower the price down because there are other models out there cheaper than a pencil and still do the work just as well.
Do they really expect people to pay that kind of money for this ? Oh wait they use a reality survival star to endorse their products. Somebody needs a "reality" check. Gerber needs a better poster boy and better pricing.
It's a nice tool, but one of my pet peeves is paying up for materials and then some part of the product is completely neglected.
Case in point: the metal and handle are top notch, but the sheath and blade cover are completely useless.
1) Unless you are attaching the sheath to a bag that happens to fit the sheath perfectly, it is completely useless in any other carry system. Even when it fits, it's less than ideal.
2) The plastic blade cover cracked after about only a few 24h tours. It's on borrowed time and will eventually fall apart. BTW this wasn't hard use either. Most of the time it was just waiting to be used or banged around the fire engine getting in an out of the rig.
I can't really recommend unless you plan to carry it in your hand everywhere you go.
Great tool and concept but for the price and material (420hc steel??) this is a gimmick. Take notes from Benchmade and please use a better steel for this price range. Love Gerber but this is laughable......
Love this tomahawk with its solid construction it can handle whatever you can throw at it I would gladly carry this into any combat survival or tactical situation you would find yourself in
hey guys you get what you pay for if you want to cry about the price go and get a cheap axe but Gerber has to make their money and they have to feed their family's' too
To everyone complaining about the blade not being sharp, this is NOT an AXE! It is a BREECHING tool! It is designed to break through doors and walls, NOT chop down trees. It isn't ment to be razer sharp. This is a tool for S.W.A.T., S.A.R., and clearing building during urban warfare. If you're complaining about the price, you DON'T have a legitimate use for it.
Everytime you buy something this pricey, the moment before you commit, you're thinking "is it really worth it?". And then every moment after that, you're thinking to yourself "did I really need it?". Until you get it.
This tool is well worth the money - its hard-use, multi-purpose, light, and easy to grab in a pinch.
Gerber's quality and committment to craftsmanship never ceases to amaze me. Way to go Gerber - so long as they are made in the USA, I will continue to support them.
I agree with everyone's general consensus on the price of it being too much I own alot of Gerber knives and SOG stuff as well an although I do believe Gerber makes a great product so does SOG at half the price not very consumer friendly as far as price otherwise seems like a great product
I have not tested this product, but a version I tested (not mentioning name) it was a great product but it was not Gerber first of all or the quality and the price was a heck of a lot cheaper 3/4 of the price. I got to keep the test product and if I had the money, I would purchase the Gerber only if it was around 125.00. I love Gerbers' lifetime warranty but it still priced way to high. So 4 out of 5 due to price. Great usability and extra for the blade guard and the molle sheath to attach to back packs, and the multiple versatility of the things you can use it for. I have back problems and I use it as a walking stick and its great for self protection if it is light as the one I tested.
The quality of this thing is top notch.
I know for a fact that the Gerber guys made every effort to make this affordable and the price was a huge issue.
These are not mass produced. There is a limited quantity available. They are manufactured in Portland Oregon by people like you and me that need to make a living too.
The price is where it's at because of the cost to produce it. If you don't like that, go buy the junk made in China.
I like it. I want to own one but find the price a bit high. I like my sog hatchet and always will for the approachable pricing. Ah Gerber. We are all not rich!
This is the most amazing thing I've ever spent $285 on. They should charge even more for what you get.
I would consider buying, but paying 285 bucks for 420HC is ridiculous! If they were to change the steel type it would be a definite buy for me.
for those complaining about the price must be comparing this to a hatchet from Home Depot, or Cold Steel south Africa imported steel. Quality gear has a price tag attached.
As to this my biggest concern will be the balance upon a strike with the narrowness of the handle, many strike tools develop a twist because of soft/flexible steel.
Otherwise this looks likes a solid piece of kit that I can't wait to get my hands on.
I love this tomahawk. I ordered it and it has everything you can ask for. Zombies better be afraid. When ammunition runs out i'm glad i got this. One this i didn't like about it is that when i got it, it wasn't given a real sharp edge, but i ran over it with my wet stone and it's now great.
I was hoping to purchase one of these fine tomahawks because I thought that it would be neat to have for a "just in case" situation (i.e. zombie apocalypse). Until I saw the price. Really Gerber?! Really?!
Looks like a solid product but for the price I would not even think about buying it. For $60 more I would rather get the apocalypse kit which you get 7 tools.
i'd love to own one, but gerber needs to bring the price down before i'd ever consider buying it, i bought the whole damned apocalypse kit from gerber for less than a hundred dollars more and there are 7 items in it!!
I really like the design and what test I have seen of this, BUT, 285.00?!?!?!?!?!? You have got to be kidding, I'll stick with the SOG axes and but 5 of them and keep one in every vehicle corner, etc. Really wish this would have been in the right value of 100-150.00 which is a fair price considering materials and manufacturing costs.
Looks like a solid product. Molle attachment is a plus. I look forward to purchasing one for my duty pack and testing it out. Keep up the good work Gerber.
I cant say I've used it.. and if I'm to compare it to other tools and equipment from Gerber.. ( have a brand new machete from them Im supposed to use for a week camping in the woods) and so many other lil things cant say its beyond expectations nor that its worth $285... It looks nice, Is it useful??? Stanley makes something similar, without the axe.. it costs $25 and a 1/2 lb axe from Fiskars $50 lifetime warrantee,( I know I used it as a splitter wood, destroyed the poor thing 3 years later, got a new no questions asked ).So when you get a 2 in one.. you gotta compare it to other things.. NOW i was in the waiting list for that Tomahawk) i don't see it as the promised one... it looks frail, for more than hacking goats.... :( and I put my tools to work I don't just collect em.
If It been max $100.. $120 cause its made in North America, Id give it a try...
I can say I just received mine and have been very pleased with the quality. The G10 on the handles have some edges, so I wrapped mine with some paracord. It is very well designed and is easy to cary on a molle backpack. The Kydex blade cover is nice. The molle sheath could have been better, the snaps are attached with rubber/vinyl straps that IMO should have been nylon web. When you hold it and compare say a Sog, this feels much better made. If the mille sheath was beefier this would be definitely 5 stars!
So uhh, Gerbies...?
$285 for this thing? Honestly? Dont you think that your pricing yourself out of your own game here?
Knock it ohn back down to say $100'ish, and Im sure youll sell lots more... ;)
Im in the middle with this whole idea. For 285??? A bit steep in my mind. I would also like to say facetiously that I like how you guys gave this a lifetime warranty but, not the LMF....SMH
Looks great and I'm sure it functions well, but quite pricey. I expect to see knockoffs of this soon that will be just as good but at 1/4 the cost.
Nice job Gerber at making a quality product that's overpriced.
too pricey for me but id love to own it.theres no doubt its worth it.gerber only makes the best.but ill be saving for years at that cost:(
You need to make one with a natural gas shut off key hole and a carabiner with a quick release of fire use.
Looks like a great piece of tool. Simple straight forward design. Would be quite useful as a secondary tool when you run out of bullets while trying to chop some woods using a hand gun... X)
Its an awesome product but it's way overpriced. Maybe if it was somewhere around the $200 range. $300 is just overdoing things..
Ok I'm tired of seeing reviews of"looks good, can't wait to get one"
ONLY POST A REVIEW (key word) IF YOU HAVE USED THIS ITEM!!! I don't care if it looks good to you or you would buy a hand gun instead. Post reviews of the quality of the item! I actually bought one (seeing as no one else has) and think its a big tool that really has limited use, blade and quality are good, but can only see this used in a "doomsday prepers" kit. Like the simplicity, but can't see using this in combat over a bayonet
Just received this and I love the design. Appears durable but the axe had no edge at all. It's as dull as the edge of a book.
just got it yesterday, it's all solid. only complaint is the blade was basically blunt. all it takes is some sharpening but i was really surprised with how dull it was out of the box. still can't wait to take this out in to the wilderness and put it through some use.
I haven't bought this but I'd like to put in my 2c since noone else has bought it either and is only commenting on the price. If you're an urban breacher you can already see the beauty in this tool. If you're not just know it's not for camping, its not designed for 'survival' it's designed for breaking into buildings.
I have always been satisfied with gerber products. This would be a good tool for backpacking but would need to be a little smaller to fit inside.
Are they only available through the Gerber website or can you pick them up at a retailer?
Kinda pricey, but I really like this!
Can see many uses for it in a survival situation but like mykel hawks shovel axe hammer tool for 89 dollars you get the same aspects with his tool I could see if the price was around 150 but 300 dollars in this economy is outrageous good luck selling them
This is completely overpriced! I would purchase this if it were 50-100 dollars but certainly not for 285
For $70 you can get the SOG one and it's almost the same. Great idea but too exspensive. I would pay $100-$150 but not $300
Have mine on the way for a more manageable $159, as an axe fan this is the top end of what I am willing to invest. (By the by, love the fiskars/gerber line of choppers) My last full retail priced Gerber was purchased in the 80's and is still going strong. I better get 30+ years out of this one too, even if I am saving $120 off suggested retail. Probably should have bought three.
This is the coolest tomahawk I have ever seen, but a little too expensive. Otherwise it's perfect and what I'm looking for, but again, to expensive.
I've been watching for the release of this tomahawk for over 6 months and when it's finally released, I'm disappointed to find I will never throw $300 into a tomahawk......
This looks to be an amazing piece of equipment, but a an axe is an axe is an axe and I would never pay $300 for an axe.... $100, maybe $130, but not triple that.
Looks great , but not worth the price compared with whats already on the market . It needs to shed at least 150
Ha! On one hand ,you send your kids to collage on the other you buy and axe....hmm I would buy ten if it was not my life's saving to buy one .... Do you won't my first born to? Other than that it was great!
I think for the price it's not worth it but if they lower it I would buy it and tell all my buddy's
It's a great product just needs to lower and they would sell a lot better
I love this design, but the suggested price is too much. $150 is the max I would pay for something like this.
Love my Condor. Solid steel, will rip a car door off and 60 bucks. Sorry Gerber but I would rather save the money for an RMJ then this.
Looks like a good product but seems over priced. I'll spend 100 dollars less and buy one of those Chinese military survival shovels. Thanks anyway.
It's a tool, the purpose of a hatchet is low cost and useful. If its too expensive you don't want to use it for utilitarian means. Let SOG sell their over priced thing. I have your hatchet saw combo and love it, so lets get this thing down to $120 or less so real people can afford it.
I carried one of these on my tours in Iraq and i used it for tether wire cutting and stuff. Very nice piece.
How much does this tamahawk cost?$? I would like to own it, but I would much rather spend an extra $50 or $100 o buy a hand gun. Thanks but no thanks!
only 285 bucks!?!!?!?! your practically givin em away Gerber!. haha i was expecting anywhere from 4- 500$ for such a fine piece of equipment im only happy to pay 300 for it i practically live in the woods so i'll be using her almost everyday, you really know how to get people fired up! lovin it cant wait!!
I run and RMJ so the idea of spending $275 doesnt really bother me so Police Zombie Hunter if you are looking for cheap stuff to buy over and over instead of buying one good thing more power to you. But down to the nuts and bolts of this I can say this is the first time in years I have been excited for a Gerber item to come available and look forward to writing a review on it.
I like the look and the listed favorable functions of this Breaching tool. i would recomend this to anyone that that is a lover and colector of military weapons/survivle and or out door expaditions tools. on the other hand i dont think that a price matters if the object that is being bought is somthing that the buyer would get their moneys worth by using it frequently. never the less im sure there are plenty of people that would spen 300+ on this, as much as i like it not 100% that i would spend that amount on it. still a beautiful "instrument of destruction"
I have been looking for a tactical tomahawk with all 3 features for a long time. Looking forward to when this one becomes available.
As a fireman, this is a great tool to have. We carry a tool similar to this and it has numerous uses. I will be ordering 1 or 2 of these as soon as they are available.
This tool should be in everyone's home as an Emergency tool. I want one perhaps 2 for my family and home.
Would make the perfect backpacking tool! Sturdy, solid, and lightweight! Please, Please, PLEASE make this available to the civilian market!
This looks awesome ! I want one - Made in the USA makes it even better. Need to see one of these in the next episode of Walking Dead - What a Zombie slayer ..... : )
I want to buy 3 if these right now. I mean c'mon.... It says its an "indestructible instrument of destruction" what more could you ask for?
Just checked over on Gerber's Facebook page - and someone asked when this will be released - Gerber came back and said we should expect it April of 2013.
Just figured I'd pass that on for anyone (like me) who is waiting to hear when this thing is going to be released.
this better not be credentials only that whole concept is ridiculous and foolish you are a bunch of idiots for making any of your products credentials only! I have lost so much respect for gerber just browsing your site seeing all the things you refuse to sell me and others like me until you change this I will not be purchasing anything gerber! No matter how much I want this tomahawk
I think this item would make a great tool to carry on duty for the times when you may need to gain access to an area that requires a sturdy piece of equipment to do so. Although I have not had the opportunity to use it yet it looks like a very handy piece of gear.
Perfect design for tomahawk that I can see and give us a time frame. Make it open to everybody and oh yea . . .TAKE MY MONEY TOO ! ! !
Just came back for my weekly check for a release date. Still "Coming Soon". Come on Gerber, how about a release date!
Please don't make this a credentials required item it is a nice looking tool that i would like to add to my collection of tools
Been checking up on this and would like a release date from Gerber. I'm guessing I'm not the only one. Thanks
I love it! I'll be deploying soon and would love to be able to bring that with me. When is the release date?
I own a tomahawk, and I can tell you it's gotten me out of more than one scrape. But this one looks lighter and easier to handle, and I'd be happy to add it to my Explorer bag. Please don't require credentials, as I am not a military man and you do not want to lose a customer.
Hey Sean - I couldn't agree more. This will go great mounted in my Wrangler for those days out in the wilderness.
Hey Gerber - I am sure I speek for Sean when I offer us both up for a nice discount to be the first ones to buy this tool.
I want one. Cant wait till it comes out. Hoping before christmas. I will be buying one to complete my gerber self built kit.
Even though it's not available yet, I'm actually excited about getting this Downrange Tomahawk. This would complete my bug out bag. For an old Army veteran, this looks good to me!
I will soon be travling downrange and have been looking for a real do it all rescue tool and Gerber I think you have finaly outdone your selfs. I hope it will be out soon !
I am about to deploy for the 4th time to a combat zone and just found my new best friend. Thank you Gerber for all your great products. I will surely be getting one of you downrange tomahawk.