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There are not many systems worldwide which teach fighting skills with the axe or a tomahawk to civilians.However one martial art known as Okichitaw teaches Tomahawk fighting in conjunction with other Indigenous weapons such as the plains dagger, lance and gunstock war club, mostly based on Plains Indian combat principles.Requirements such as a minimum handle length and a maximum blade edge (usually 4") are the most common tomahawk throwing competition rules.One such tomahawk throwing competition is made and sponsored by the International Knife Throwers Hall of Fame.

Includes 1 blade for application and one suitable for vinyl.

The metal tomahawk heads were originally based on a Royal Navy boarding axe and used as a trade-item with Native Americans for food and other provisions.

The Algonquian Indians in early America created the tomahawk.

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Includes 1 blade for application and one suitable for vinyl.

The metal tomahawk heads were originally based on a Royal Navy boarding axe and used as a trade-item with Native Americans for food and other provisions.

The Algonquian Indians in early America created the tomahawk.

Manufactured by T&P (Tools & Production) inc - USA Used product in perfect working order.

New punches recently installed spare set of new punches Used to sprocket pvc vinyl for gerber edge print machines £3,500 Purchased just over 10 years ago and are still being used on a daily basis.

American Tomahawk Company's VTAC was used by the US Army Stryker Brigade in Afghanistan, the 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team based at Grafenwöhr (Germany), the 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division out of Fort Lewis, a reconnaissance platoon in the 2d Squadron 183d Cavalry (116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team) (OIF 2007–2008) and numerous other soldiers.