I may have committed the un-pardonable sacrilege. I was thinking about the tools most necessary for making a fire. A cutting tool, ferro rod, and saw. I also considered the tools, which make a friction fire easier; a bow drill divot and man made cordage. I took the blade and locking collar from an Opinel saw, and fit it to the butt end of the hawk handle.The pointed tip at the front of the hawk handle is made from an old Nicholson file. It is ground to a point, with two sharp edges. This pointed tool can be used to strike a ferro rod, create a divot in a hearth board, scrape wood or for digging roots. I have also put a bow drill divot in the handle, near the tomahawk head. There is 6 feet of #36 bank line attached to the ferro rod. This cord is wrapped around the ferro rod loop. I have a 19” handle, which I also plan on carrying for more aggressive chopping. However, if I didn’t carry the long handle, I could just baton the head through wood. The short handle does allow for light chopping. Maybe all I would need for soft woods. I have read documents, and watched videos of people using the hawk head as an ulu, or other cutting tool. I find that it is easier to use in this manner, when attached to a short handle.