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KNIVES: Hardcore Hardware Australia

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LFT01 Tactical Tomahawk


Last week two boxes suddenly showed up on the doorsteps of DVM HQ USA and DVM HQ Bangkok simultaneously, as if they were delivered by an Australian SAS Regiment on a highly coordinated mission.

Always suspect of unexpected boxes here in Southeast Asia, I paid a massage gal from a parlor down the street 200 Baht to vigorously shake my box up and down just in case it was a bomb from one of my ex-wives.

Fortunately for Ms. Yum-Yum, no boom (well, not yet), so I tore open that box (get your mind out of the gutter pervert) to find some bad ass pieces of killing steel from our friends at Hardcore Hardware Australia.


For those of you who don’t know, Hardcore Hardware Australia is a premier manufacturer of mission specific tactical tools for Military, Law Enforcement, Fire, Search & Rescue personnel. And I have to say these tools of destruction are some serous heavy duty pieces of life-takers.

You can feel the quality and workmanship the second you pull each one out of the box. The Tomahawks are especially pimp, they make you want to get your Benjamin Martin on.

Expect to see some comprehensive reviews and mad field testing on all of the blades you see here. And a few other surprises (hmmmm… who wants a free one?).

Below are the links to each blade and Hardcore Hardware Australia US dealers (and oddly they are available on Amazon.com)

MFK02-G (Mid Field Knife G10)
LFT01 Tactical Tomahawk

Hardcore Hardware Australia: http://www.hardcorehardware.com.au/home.php

USA DEALERS: http://www.hardcorehardware.com.au/dealers/usa.php

Hardcore Hardware Australia on Amazon.com


~James P

Founder – Editor in Chief DVM

James P. is a Veteran Civilian Contractor who has worked in the Middle East and Southeast Asia for way too long. He spends his off time in Southeast Asia and Virginia getting drunk, shooting guns, writing poorly written articles and getting massage gals to vigorously shake things for him.

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11 thoughts on “KNIVES: Hardcore Hardware Australia”

  1. Those all look cool as hell, I\’d love one for free. Shit I love just about anything thats free. Can\’t wait to see some testing reviews.

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  2. Yo man that\’s some good karma right there! I\’ll take a freebie if you\’re giving em away :D

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  3. Nice Package ! These puppies are thick too !

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  4. I would do some very bad things for that LFT01. I love hawks.

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  5. Great looking blades. You get all the cool toys to test and play with. Can\’t wait to read the reviews and testing.

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  6. I\’d give my left nut for a LFT01 in all black.

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  7. I have seen these and would love to try one out… A bit beyond my affordability, but sure they are le bomb.

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  8. These are pretty sweet. Poor guys like me use ESEE knives.

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  9. Why the heck are they so expensive? That’s no longer a tool it’s a status symbol or vanity item. Is it really 3 times better than a Colombia river or Gerber? I’d take one for free but that’s it. Feels like the designer jeans equivalent of hawks. If I’m wrong please elaborate.

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    1. Amen brother!!!!!!!!!! for their prices, i had better be able to chop down a MOUNTAIN and still not have to sharpen the blade!

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  10. Do operators actually use tomahawks in the red zone today?

    I too love hawks. My CRKT Kangee T-hawk was a quarter of the price and goes through everything.

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