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Timahawk

When you're in a survival situation, the less you have to carry, the better. The Timahawk can take a chunk out of your tool bag by combining many tools in one. This well-balanced implement measures 27 inches long yet weighs under four pounds, with a hardened steel core, heat-treated head, and recycled plastic handles. As for the jobs it can do, it's a capable crowbar, a powerful axe and tomahawk, and can also work as an ave hammer, a hoe, and a breaching tool. Crafted in America, it'll be ready for anything, even if you're not.

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    A saw can be a very handy thing to have when you're in the wild. The Filzer Buckster Bow Saw lets you pack one along with you without securing an unwieldy blade to your bag. It has an all-aluminum frame, with a stainless steel tensioning system and a comfortable rubber handle, and can handle trees and logs over a foot in diameter. Yet the whole thing packs into a single tube measuring 19 inches long and less than an inch and a half around, and it weighs just 1.3 pounds so it's easy to pack along with you.

  • 5.11 Operator Axe

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