Hard Plastic TRAINING Tomahawks.
Measures 16 inches head to hilt.
Designed for martial arts training with a tomahawk, this model of trainer is copied from pipe tomahawk by Jeremy Bays of Woodland Archery. The hard plastic is impervious to damage and sits well in the hand despite the flat sides. At 16 inches, the trainer is long enough to replicate the feel of most tomahawks being used today and can be cut shorter if needed. The "pipe" on the pole side is useful for hammer strikes and helps to balance the head. The head is 8.5 inches across from blade edge to pipe.
This design is excellent, and the trainer is hard to put down. Its light weight means it can be trained with for long periods without strain or fatigue. The trainer is also safe for kids to handle and is a great way to introduce them to safety procedures with a tomahawk without the dangers of handling a live blade. However, this trainer is no toy. It can deliver hard blows and do serious damage just like a baton or a bokken. WoodlandArcehry.com sells these trainers at a price anyone can afford, and every tomahawk user or collector should have a least one
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 25 February, 2011.