13 Hatchets We Like



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Hatchets we like - Stagliano2
An RMJ designed CRKT Kangee.
Hatchets we like - Reeder2
This is a ‘hawk with a lot of personal significance so we’re just posting a picture and leaving it at that. No offense intended.

“About this time Lord Loudoun sent the following volunteers in the regular troops, to be trained to the ranging, or wood-service, under my command and inspection; with particular orders to me to instruct them to the utmost of my power in the ranging-discipline, our methods of marching, retreating, ambushing, fighting &c. that they might be the better qualified for any future services against the enemy we had to contend with…” Robert Rogers, Journals, c. 1760

Hatchets we like - Stafford
Hand forged bearded axe from Peeled Mouse.

Hatchets are iconic in this way. Think about the very first order in Rogers Plan of Discipline (often incorrectly truncated and referred to as “Rogers Rules of Ranging”):

I. All Rangers are to be subject to the rules and articles of war; to appear at roll-call every evening on their own parade, equipped, each with a fire-lock, sixty rounds of powder and ball, and a hatchet, at which time an officer from each company is to inspect the same, to see they are in order, so as to be ready on any emergency to march at a minute’s warning; and before they are dismissed the necessary guards are to be draughted, and scouts for the next day appointed.

Hatchets we like - WinegarHatchets were to be used for close quarters fighting (presumably because they didn’t have badass SBRs yet).

XIII. In general, when pushed upon by the enemy, reserve your fire till they approach very near, which will put them into the greater surprise and consternation, and give you an opportunity of rushing upon them with your hatchets and cutlasses to the better advantage.

Sounds legit to us.

That damn Russian who writes for us had a different take on it.

Hatchets we like - Tim the Russian
In Russia shovel chop you.

Ha ha Timka, you’re funny. Or you would be if we didn’t think you were serious.

Here are some more of the hacking implements our minions use.

Hatchets we like - Metzger
RMJ Little Bird. You knew damn well we’d have a Little Bird in the collection.
Hatchets we like - Cowan
Hardcore Hardware Australia LFT01 from COWAN! at Sage Dynamics (a review of that can be found here.)
Hatches we like - Searson3
1 of 2 hatchets made by ABS Mastersmith Ray Rybat. 2 ft. long with an 8 in. head.
Hatches we like - Searson2
Same as above, different perspective.
Hatches we like - ApocalypseJosh
Boker Tomahook, United M48 and then Full #16. Apocalypse Josh likes hacky things.
Hatches we like - Searson
Mike the Mook is an overachiever. Another look at the Rybat hatchet. Beneath it is a hatchet that was owned by SCOTUS Justice Sam Alito. Google the story “US vs. Rybar.” It’s why Samuel Alito is called “Machine Gun Sammy.”
Hatchets we like - Stagliano
Another look at the CRKT

We’re about to go on a tomahawk/hatchet kick and are on the lookout for some to check out to prepare for our upcoming Hatchet and ‘Hawk Week. If you have some suggestions, let us know.

Hatchets we like - Reeder

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