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We are proud to serve our Country our Military and Customers and have been honored to of made Throwing Tomahawks and Boarding Axes to the best in class.
Here below is Admiral James Harvey Jr, Commander of US Fleet Forces accepting his Swedish Boarding Axe presented to him by II MEF Sergeant Green and 3 Star General Paxton the II MEF Commanding General 

 


EARLY BRITISH BOARDING AXE / THROWING TOMAHAWK

Early 18th Century

  This is our new Early pattern British Naval Boarding Axe Tomahawk with Hickory handle. Prized by many a Pirate and Buccaneer as it was issued to all British Naval crew members so as a Pirate if you had one you likely won it in battle. It has the same great balance and handles as well as all of our throwing tomahawks do. This axe is properly stamped with the British broad arrow stamp as most British Naval Boarding axes would of had.  This axe weighs in at about 1 pound with a blackened finish and is 19" long Hickory handle, Blade edge to the back of the haft is about 7" with a 2 1/2 inch wide blade. We guarantee that this is one of the strongest axes you will ever use and throw. This is a tomahawk that you, your children and grandchildren and beyond will get a lifetime of use out of. International shipping see shipping page.

  ITEM #EBBAT

  189.00 Plus S&H

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POLISHED EARLY BRITISH BOARDING AXE / THROWING TOMAHAWK

Early 18th Century 

This is our new Early pattern British Naval Boarding Axe Tomahawk with Hickory handle. Prized by many a Pirate and Buccaneer as it was issued to all British Naval crew members so as a Pirate if you had one you likely won it in battle. It has the same great balance and handles as well as all of our throwing tomahawks do. This axe is properly stamped with the British broad arrow stamp as most British Naval Boarding axes would of had.  This axe weighs in at about 1 pound with a polished finish and has a 19" long handle with a spare 29" 1/2 handle. Blade edge to the back of the haft is about 7" with a 2 1/2 inch wide blade. We guarantee that this is one of the strongest axes you will ever use and throw. This is a tomahawk that you, your children and grandchildren and beyond will get a lifetime of use out of. International shipping see shipping page.

ITEM # PEBBAT

269.00 Plus S&H

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 BRITISH BOARDING AXE TOMAHAWK 

 Mid 18th Century

This is our base model British Naval Boarding Axe Tomahawk with Curly Maple handle. Prized by many a Pirate and Buccaneer as it was issued to all British Naval crew members so as a Pirate if you had one you likely won it in battle. It has the same great balance and handles as well as all of our throwing tomahawks do. This axe is properly stamped with the British broad arrow stamp as Naval Boarding axes would of had. Polished finished head with a Curly Maple handle. This axe weighs in at about 1.4 pounds and is 19" long, Blade to haft is 3 3/4 with a 2 1/2 inch wide blade, blade edge to spike is 7 1/2 inches, 2 1/2 inches from spike tip to haft. We guarantee that this is one of the strongest axes you will ever use and throw. This is a tomahawk that you, your children and grandchildren and beyond will get a lifetime of use out of. International shipping see shipping page.    

Item# BBA1

299.00 PLUS S&H

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Danish Boarding Axe

 Circa 1675

Denmark provides the historian and re en actor with the earliest dated 1675 and most lavishly stamped example of an early boarding axe. This Danish axe is dated 1675 with 3 crowns and cartouche's on each side with "C5" ( for King Christian V) as an original would be and our proof mark hidden below the spike. The overall length is 28", from blade tip to spike end is aprox 9 7/8 with a weight of around 1 3/4 pounds

ITEM # DBA

439.00 Plus S&H 

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 Mid 18th Century French Boarding Axe 

This is our New French Boarding Axe/Tomahawk. copied from an original in the collection of axes held by the Florida Archaeological Research Department.  With its size it is a formidable weapon and throws just as well as all of our other throwing tomahawks. Color case hardened Carbon steel head. This Axe has some heft behind it to boot coming in at about 2 pounds. The blade length from the haft is about 4 inches and overall length from blade edge to spike tip is 9" 1/2, the spike to the haft is about 3 3/4", blade width of 3 7/8 inches. Straight grained Hickory handle sealed and finished.
 
ITEM # MCFBA
299.00 Plus S&H
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Early American Toothed Throwing Tomahawk / Boarding Axe

Circa 1793

This is our new early American Naval Boarding Axe Tomahawk. This is our earliest version of the axes made for our new American Navy based on examples from William Gilkerson's book Boarders Away. This Boarding axe of the period is simply marked "US" Its a fine looking and working Tomahawk head that throws as well as it looks. The spike on this model is just as sharp as the blade. The Boarding axe handle is 19" long and stocked in Ash with a blackened blade. Blade to tip is 9" 1/4 with a 2" 1/2 blade edge. You will love this hawk. 

ITEM # EATTB

279.00 Plus S&H

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Polished

Early American Toothed Throwing Tomahawk / Boarding Axe

Circa 1793

This is our new early American Naval Boarding Axe Tomahawk. This is our earliest version of the axes made for our new American Navy based on examples from William Gilkerson's book Boarders Away. This Boarding axe of the period is simply marked "US" Its a fine looking and working Tomahawk head that throws as well as it looks. The spike on this model is just as sharp as the blade. The Boarding axe handle is 19" long and stocked in Ash with a polished blade. Blade to tip is 9" 1/4 with a 2" 1/2 blade edge. You will love this hawk. 

ITEM # PEATTB

319.00 Plus S&H

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Late American Toothed Throwing Tomahawk / Boarding Axe

Circa 1803

This is our Late American Naval Boarding Axe Tomahawk. This is our earliest version of the axes made for our American Navy based on examples from William Gilkerson's book Boarders Away. All weapons were recalled for inspection in 1803 and if approved back into service they were stamped VIM under the existing mark of "US"  This a fine looking and working axe head that throws as well as it looks. The spike on this model is just as sharp as the blade. The Boarding axe handle is 19" long and stocked in Ash with a blackened blade. Blade to tip is 9" 1/4 with a 2" 1/2 blade edge. You will love this hawk. 

 ITEM # PLATB

329.00 Plus S&H

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French Boarding Axe/Throwing Tomahawk 

This is our New French Boarding Axe/Tomahawk. copied from an original in the collection of axes held by the Florida Archaeological Research Department.  With its size it is a formidable weapon and throws just as well as all of our other throwing tomahawks. Color case hardened Carbon steel head. This Axe has some heft behind it to boot coming in at about 2 pounds. The blade length from the haft is about 4 inches and overall length from blade edge to spike tip is 9" 1/2, the spike to the haft is about 3 3/4", blade width of 3 7/8 inches. Straight grained Hickory handle sealed and finished. As with all of our throwing tomahawks we have a lifetime warranty on the heads with normal use. 

299.00 Plus S&H

We can also supply a 28" Straight Grain Hickory handle for an additional 30.00 or a Curly Maple 19" handle for 35.00

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  Spanish Boarding Axe/Throwing Tomahawk

This is our New Spanish Boarding Axe. copied from an original in the collection of axes held by the Florida Archaeological Research Department. We modeled this on on the 1733 Boarding Axe head with a tapered head and no langet's or side straps. With its size it is a formidable weapon and throws just as well as all of our other throwing tomahawks. Polished Carbon steel head as all of our axes are. This Axe also has some heft behind it to boot coming in at about 2 pounds. The blade length from the haft is about 4 1/4 inches and overall length from blade edge to spike tip is 9", the spike to the haft is about 3 1/2", blade width of 3 5/8 inches. Straight grained Hickory handle sealed and finished. As with all of our throwing tomahawks we have a lifetime warranty on the heads with normal use.

International shipping see shipping page or contact us

ITEM # SPBATT

289.00 Plus S&H

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Spanish Boarding Axe/Long Handle

This is our New Spanish Boarding Axe. copied from an original in the collection of axes held by the Florida Archaeological Research Department. We modeled this on on the 1733 Boarding Axe head with a tapered head and no langets or side straps. With its size it is a formidable weapon and throws just as well as all of our other throwing tomahawks with the proper handle installed. Polished Carbon steel head as all of our axes are. This Axe also has some heft behind it to boot coming in at about 2 pounds. The blade length from the haft is about 4 1/4 inches and overall length from blade edge to spike tip is 9", the spike to the haft is about 3 1/2", blade width of 3 5/8 inches. Straight grained Hickory handle sealed and finished. As with all of our throwing tomahawks we have a lifetime warranty on the heads with normal use.

ITEM SPBA

299.00 Plus S&H

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Swedish Boarding Axe

MUCH LIKE THE DESIGN OF THE FRENCH BOARDING AXE BUT WITH THE SPIKE AT THE LOWER END OF THE HAFT IS OUR PRE 1704 DESIGN SWEDISH BOARDING AXE. THROUGHOUT HISTORY THE SCANDINAVIAN AXES WERE KNOWN TO BE SOME OF THE MOST FIERCE DESIGNED AXES OF THE TIME AND RARE TO FIND. TO OUR KNOWLEDGE WE ARE THE FIRST TO CARRY THE SWEDISH DESIGN FOR THE PUBLIC AND ITS SURE TO BE ONE OF OUR BEST SELLERS IN THE BOARDING AXE DESIGNS. BASIC MEASUREMENTS ON THIS MODEL ARE A BLADE PROFILE OF 9" 3/8 FROM THE BLADE EDGE TO THE TIP OF THE SPIKE. THIS AXE COMES TO YOU WITH A ROUGH FINISH LIKE AN ORIGINAL AND DARKENED HEAD.

ITEM # SWBA

289.00

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Halberd Tomahawk-Boarding Axe Tomahawk

 

LONG HAVE WE THOUGHT ABOUT MAKING THIS  FINE HALBERD TOMAHAWK FROM OUR HISTORY. AS FOUND IN WILLIAM GILKERSON'S BOARDERS AWAY SHOWING FRENCH CHARACTERISTICS.  THIS TOOL WAS FOUND TO BE A VERY FIERCE WEAPON IN BATTLE AND WAS PRODUCED BY MANY NAVIES CIRCA 1700. THE HALBERD SPIKE IS 5" 1/2 AND THE BLADE EDGE TO THE REAR SPIKE TIP IS 9" WITH A 29" HANDLE.  A VERY FINE AND FORMIDABLE WEAPON FOR ANY NAVAL OR PIRATE IMPRESSION. SHOWN WITH LANGET'S WE CAN ALSO PRODUCE THIS FINE WEAPON WITHOUT LANGET'S AT A REDUCED PRICE AS SHOWN BELOW. ORDER YOURS NOW AND BE ONE OF THE FEW THAT WILL HAVE THIS FINE WEAPON.

ITEM # HBAT

435.00 with Langets

385.00 without Langets

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