Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

An ax for throwing is what, in essence, is a tomahawk. It is
interesting, but the Indians did not have such axes in their
arsenal, only with the first immigrants from Europe did metal axes
fall into their hands. Prior to this, their tools were only stone.
Seeing such a miracle in their hands, they exclaimed: “Tamahaken”,
which translates into Russian as “What they cut.” And the Europeans
pronounced it in their own way – the Tomahawk. After passing
through the centuries, the tomahawk has evolved, 10 photos of the
tomahawk ax from the Indians to the present will be presented
below.

Great throwing tomahawk.

Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

Modern interpretation of the tomahawk.

Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

Tomahawk with national Native American folklore addition.

Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

Native American tomahawk with mega long ax.

Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

Tomahawk with an original winding ax handle, feathers, as an
addition to the decor in the style of Native American life.

Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

Original, easy-to-use ax – tomahawk.

Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

Tomahawk with carved handle, etched pattern and cover
included.

Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

Stunning design of the ax and ax Tomahawk, using feathers,
leather, weaving with beads, as well as with a geometric shape cut
out in the ax blade.

Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

The modern tomahawk ax is fully foundry with a cover and the
design of an additional layer on the handle – for convenience.

Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

Tomahawk with a cross cut out in the ax blade, the handle is
originally made with a metal tip.

Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

Comfortable, modern tomahawk, sharp, reliable, with a rubberized
handle.

Ax Tomahawk: (10 photos) from Indians to the present

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