This famous knife and file set really needs no introduction. Made popular by Fred Bear himself, this set is a faithful reproduction of the original prototypes made by Frank Scott in Grayling, Michigan back in the 1950's.
These kits are handmade (more than 7 hours of...read more
You can make a very nice flint knife with this stone knife kit. The kit includes a hand knapped stone blade, a hardwood handle, hide glue, enough gut material to easily haft the blade to the handle, and detailed instructions.
Can be used in cub scout or boy scout pr...read more
This forged, socketed spearhead is still used for hunting in Africa today. Not sharpened and not for throwing. Sold as the head only. Measures approximately 13½" x 1¾" wide, and weighs 13 ounces. Inside Diameter of roughly 1-3/8" that tapers down. read more
The word Tomahawk comes from the old Algonquian word tamahack, meaning "what is used in cutting." People are still cutting with Tomahawks today, and the Cold Steel Trail Hawk is one of the best, combining the classic design of a traditional Tomahawk with the power and p...read more
Used by both the Native Americans and European settlers, the Tomahawk has a long and varied history in North America. People are still using Tomahawks today, and Cold Steel is providing some of the best on the market. The Frontier Hawk is no exception, combining the classic desig...read more
You'll feel the power of the Vikings coursing through your veins as you wield this mighty Norse throwing hawk! The curved, cutting edge is designed to cut deep, with an aerodynamic design that makes it a great tomahawk for throwing competitions.
Keep your Norse Hawk sharp and clean with the Norse Hawk Sheath! Made from Cor-Ex™ Nylon, this sheath is the perfect companion for your Norse Throwing Hawk. Great protection to keep the edge sharp while being stored or t...read more
You've walked all the way back to your treestand, hauled all your gear up the ladder, just settled in, and then you see it... a bothersome tree limb directly in your way. Not to worry! You were smart enough to pack the Arrow Saw!