Mantis Knives Tactical Spike Axe
Mantis Knives Tactical Spike Axe
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Whether digging holes, splitting wood, puncturing cans, or clearing brush, the Mantis Knives spike axe is on the job. It’s also much lighter than a hammer-head axe, making it ideal for hiking and backcountry camping Read More

Sep 10, 2015
Trying to join but when I do it says that its not active even though there are 13 hrs left?...
Sep 4, 2015
In my mind, a "Tactical" tool is one that can be used in any way convenient with little concern of damaging the tool. Consider a claw don't think twice about plunging the claw in to drywall or prying on steel or concrete with it. You simply know it will take the abuse. Hammers are made from hammer forged tool steel....that's why they are so tough. 440 stainless simply won't hold up to very much abuse with out bending or braking the tip or blade.
Aug 29, 2015
Anyone got the specs on the set screws in the handle of this thing? They've loosened up a good bit with use, and one has even fallen out. Is it possible for Massdrop to get us a replacement part for this?
Aug 22, 2015
Great news group! We’re happy to report that all of the orders have been shipped out from our warehouse and are now on the way to you! Please allow 24-48 hours for tracking to get into the shipper's system and start updating.
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Aug 18, 2015
A quick update for the group! The group’s order was picked up from the vendor and is now on its way to our warehouse in New Jersey. Given the tracking information provided, our warehouse team expects the shipment to come in by 8/21 and will be ready to get the order repacked and off to you as soon as it comes in.
Occasionally the shipment experiences a delay en route, but rest assured that we will keep the group updated throughout the entire process and let you know if something causes it to be set back.
We are thankful for your continued patience and you can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 8/24 or earlier if anything comes up.
Aug 10, 2015
It’s happening! Thanks to each of you, the drop was a success and we have contacted the vendor for the Mantis Knives Tactical Spike Axe and submitted the group’s order. They are now working hard and preparing your orders for shipment to our warehouse in New Jersey, where our team will be standing by ready to break everything down into individual orders and reship them directly to you. We currently expect to have everything out of our warehouse and on its way to you by 8/21.
We will certainly keep you up to date on the process and provide all of you with updated information about the order status as soon as it becomes available to us.
You can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 8/17 .
Aug 8, 2015
Look mom, I'm tactical!
I own a useless axe with a short, uncomfortable handle that would suck to clear bush, split wood, or do pretty much anything with. But at least it has a cool looking spike on the end and is non-reflective.
Sep 11, 2015
I have to say, my favourite thing to laugh at these days is the "tactical pen". Honestly...if someone can kill you with a pen...they're probably gonna be able to do it with a bic. Also...if its so that it can write anywhere...there's this fandangly invention called a graphite pencil.
This i get though. Its not meant for woodchopping, brush clearing or the like. Its for caving someone's head in.
Aug 8, 2015
Meh 440c axe head ? You can see the shaft is too short for much ...more like a tactical hatchet.
But you would more than likely get your 25$ worth. Look to the quality of sheathing afforded for a clue.
Aug 7, 2015
I searched the web wide and far for information about mantis knives and specifically this axe--I found little to nothing. Especially regarding the heat treatment for this axe--there is no information available. It almost looks like it is made by the same facility that makes the SOG camp axe:
even the torex handle screws look the same.
Aug 5, 2015
I like how this is in "Everyday Carry".
Sep 8, 2015
so many things these days are getting an EDC tag to help them sell. I live in Australia and can't get this ax, but pretty sure, even if i did, i'd resist the temptation to walk around the streets of brisbane with it....mainly to avoid being arrested or questioned by the cops.
could you imagine how much of a nut job you'd look walking around a shopping centre with a hatchet?
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