Shipping costs are calculated at checkout. Add the products you would wish to purchase and then provide shipping information. You will then be given the shipping cost for your items. For more details go to our shipping page.
Yes and No. It depends on what you are wanting to have shipped. Email us with the product number (SKU) and we will respond with shipping availabilities for that item (or items). If you are in Alaska or Hawaii please email us for further shipping info.
Typically, an order is processed and shipped within 24 hours. As we have multiple warehouses across the country (AZ, MO, SC, etc...) we will get the product to you as soon as possible usually within 2-5 business days.
Ordering via check is simple. You send a check to our address found on our contact us page with the name and SKU of the product you would like to purchase and we will process your order. Note: Direct mail orders will take longer to process due to sending your check via direct mail. Upon receipt of the check we will process your order and your product will be shipped typically within 24 hours.
We often get requests for large quantities of items. If you would like to order a large quantity of items contact us first to make sure we have the quantity that you want in stock and second to see if we offer any discount for that quantity.
We currently do not have a paper catalog.
If you can't find what you were looking for then please let us know. We will find it for you!
Most of our throwing tomahawks come with an unsecured head to the handle. This is done on purpose. This allows many of our customers to customize as they choose and interchange handles. It is also recommended to have a handle free of pins and screws to reduce breakage on impact when throwing consistently.
Steps to Secure the Head:
1. Turn the tomahawk upside down and pound the bottom of the head up the handle (towards to top of the tapered handle).
2. Soak the tomahawk handle in water overnight - the wood will expand and become more secure.
3. Use electrical tape or some other heavy duty tape on the handle where the eye of the tomahawk meets the shaft so it doesn't slide down the handle.
4. Once, secured you may wrap the head with a leather wrap to further secure the head.
Not necessarily. Hand forging involves a blacksmith pounding out the shape of the tomahawk. Whereas a drop forging is a cast metal using a mold instead of a hammer. As for the strength, it really depends on the blacksmith versus the grade of steel for the drop forged head. We always prefer hand forged tomahawks for throwing not just because it looks more authentic but because that is how they used to do it.
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