by: Pete Becerra [ ]
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Gerber Downrange Tomahawk
ďThis tool has a single-minded goal: to settle the breaching argument. No barrier is a match for the bevelled 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.Ē
The axe headís bevelled edge is capable of chopping through drywall and turning walls and doors to splinters. The backside of the axe head functions as hammer for getting through hinges, locks, doorknobs and anything else thatís 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 axe head.
Tomahawks donít exactly fit in your pocket, so it comes with a sheath thatís as practical as the tool itself. MOLLE-compatible sheath attaches to pack, standard webbing or body armor.
Modular Assault Pack Multicam Ė LBT
Designed for modular attachment to 6094 series plate carriers. Modular web attachment points on front, back and side of pack - great for pouches and plate carrier attachment. Multiple entry points for hydration system, cables and communications equipment. Cinch straps for snug fit with adjustable hook and loop pieces to prevent excess strap from flapping. Two double zippered compartments and front organisation pocket. Identification field on front (hook and loop panel). Drainage grommets on bottom of pack.
The parts are molded in gray resin and consist of 12 parts to make up 6 back packs.
6 Gerber Downrange Tomahawks
6 Modular Assault Packs
The tomahawk fits perfectly in the notch that is molded in the front of the pack. All the straps and buckles are well defined. Backpack pour plug is easily removed with a razor saw and the the pour plug on the tomahawk can be removed with an X-Acto knife.