SOFEX – RMJ Tactical

RMJ Tactical keeps striving to increase cutting power while minimizing weight and overall size. It’s a fine line to balance these requirements and these two new tomahawks are their latest models.


The Jenny Wren is a traditional name for the Wrens you see all over the South and it’s namesake is a no-nonsense tomahawk. Developed at the request of Recon Marines looking for a tomahawk with the same weight of a fixed blade knife. You can see its straight forward design and the intent here was to harken back to a simpler, more straight forward time (think WW II).

On the other hand, the Crow is a more aggressive design with an angled handle to force the brunt of blows to make contact at the top of the blade rather than the more traditional chopping style seen on many axes.

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3 Responses to “SOFEX – RMJ Tactical”

  1. steve says:

    wish I could afford one.

  2. Matt says:

    I can’t find the crow on their website yet, but its the first design I’ve liked so far from RMJ.

  3. Jay says:

    The Crow has a good angle for striking. I dig the 3-holes lanyard.
    Spot on design input.

    Wait till you see the SPAX. My blood boils when i see that.