Benchmade Has Released The Killian Combat Tomahawk

Benchmade Killian Design Combat Tomahawk
Benchmade Has Released The Killian Combat Tomahawk
It’s been a while since Benchmade had a tomahawk, and this Killian Tomahawk is worth the wait. They are full size tools with a real heft and a pry bar/ nail puller at the handle’s end. The blade grind is convex – called an “apple seed” grind and this should help the edge stay sharp longer. You can see them at
Here is the description from Benchmade Knives:
The Benchmade 172 Tomahawk features a 1095 Carbon Steel blade and contoured g10 handle, making it a very dynamic tool. The wedged end can be used for prying and its apple seed mill bevel provides for increased edge life.


* Wedged end for prying
* Apple seed mill bevel for increased edge life
* MOLLE compatible
* Country of origin: USA


* Steel: 1095 Carbon
* Hardness: 57-60HRC
* Handle: Full tang, G10 Scale
* Head Length: 7.50″ with 3.50″ edge face
* Spike Length: 3.50″ (8.90cm)
* Blade Thickness: 0.360″ (9.14mm)
* Overall Length: 16.25″ (41.27cm)
* Weight: 36.8oz (1047.69g)
* Handle Thickness: 0.96″ (24.38mm)

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