Double Bladed Tactical Tomahawk
Ahhhh...A good taste of real hard working TACTICAL (even if it's from over 1,000 years ago).
Believe it or not, until the late Middle Ages, gunpowder was barely used on the battlefield. No joke - Weapons of war included swords and spears, supported by bows and arrows. Battle axes could be used to destructive effect. The medieval battle axe also called battle-ax is an axe particularly designed for combat.
Axes made for battle ranged in weight from slightly over 0.5 kg to 3 kg, and in length from over 30 cm to upwards of 1.5 m.
This particular Double Bladed Tactical Tomahawk Axe is similar to the one handed battle axe style bladed axe that were prevalent during Iron Age in the eastern Mediterranean Basin. Other forms of axes, such as narrow axe heads were manufactured by artisans in the Middle East and then Europe during the Copper Age and the Bronze Age. Uses of battle axes were also recorded in the ancient Greece and among the R