Spyderco 2017 Production Sample – Martin Genzow Hatchethawk

IIRC, the Genzow Hatchethawk featured a polymer handle that had an aluminum rod all the way through it. The hawk seemed very light and well-balanced to me, but I’m not exactly an ‘axe-guy’. Perhaps my fellow meet attendees could chime in with some additional info on this design? Unfortunately, we did not manage to collect any measurements on the Genzow Hatchethawk.

8 Responses to Spyderco 2017 Production Sample – Martin Genzow Hatchethawk

  1. Brittius says:

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  2. Mark M says:

    Waccamaw, NC is where Council Tool is located… if that’s who is making these then the steel and heat treat will be excellent. Council forges professional grade woodland tools and police/fire breaching equipment.

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  5. Chris says:

    What happened with this design?

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