FS: 2HAWKS COMPETITION HAWK- SOLD

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  1. MichaelBear

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    Greetings

    Up for sale are some items that should've been used already but unfortunately they were just part of collection for the most part.

    Up for your consideration are:

    2hawks Competition Hawk
    https://www.2hawks.net/competition-tomahawk

    I'd call it 99% condition. Few marks here and there from handling and storage but otherwise unused. Very sharp original edge. Great balance and nicely treated handle. It has a nice heft and would definitely perform great in the woods.
    Comes with 2 custom sheaths and custom belt carrier thing. Total value around 150.00. Not sure what the shipping could be but guessing roughly about 15-20.00 via priority mail.

    PRICE: Make me an offer.

    Paypal only please. Goods and services only please.

    Thank you

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    What a beauty!
     
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    Nice ‘hawk!
     
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    Bump for the evening crew.

    Price mentioned is for reference only. Not an asking price.

    Cash offers welcome.
     
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    Let's make someone happy.

    115.00 shipped for everything!
     
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    This hawk looks awesome!
     
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    Tempting!

    I’m trying to downsize! But, that hawk is sweet. I’ve owned a few. The extras make the deal.

    Double tempting.........
     
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    @MichaelBear whats your opinion? I would want to remove the cordage and be able to easily remove the head from the handle. Does this seem feasible? I am assuming its been covered in epoxy.

    Edit with more questions.

    I have no experience with hawks so you will have to excuse my ignorance. I know it's meant for throwing, but how would it work out for light camp chores? Looking for something for light chopping, splitting, brush clearing.
     
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  9. Kelly W

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    @tristndad, That hawk will work well for all tasks you list. It is a tool that has been around a while.
     
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    I have been meaning to get my hands on one for awhile, but I haven't figured out what my best option is. Not looking for one for throwing, but for light utility use. I always get hung up when I see them described as throwing hawks. I don't know why I over think hawks yet I will jump on every knife and axe I see.
     
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    For some reason the hawk is always mischaracterized. Not that our Native American didn't have them, They were main streamed as a trade tool way back in the day. Their utility is undeniable. Good score.
     
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    Thanks for your input! I got a feeling I'm going to be really happy with this one.
     
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    Whoop, whoop, Michael!
     
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    Did you make the belt loop with metal ring carrier @MichaelBear ?
     
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    No. Someone else did but that was few years ago and I can't remember who was it.
     
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    @MichaelBear @Kelly W

    I'm sold! Not sure why I waited so long to get one. This little hawk is awesome and very handy. As soon as I opened it I headed out back for a little experiment. I limbed a 4" Pignut Hickory as high up as I could reach, cut it down, chunked it and split a piece with zero effort.

    I love the size and weight of it and will be replacing my small forest axe with it while tromping around in the hills of the Adirondacks.

    Thanks Michael for a smooth and fast transaction and Kelly for the little nudge I needed.

    Oh, and I couldn't help myself, it got thrown a bunch of times into my wood pile. Very cool, kids must play.

    Steven
     
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    Pleasure is all mine! Enjoy!
     
  21. Kelly W

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    @tristndad

    What are friends/enablers for!

    Enjoy your new adventure.
     
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