The GrayMatter™. I call it this, because when you see brains, the threat is probably neutralized, and this hawk's ancestry is from headhunters' axes.
The head of this hawk was refined from operator feedback, and was then paired with my preferred handle design, similar to a climbing ax.
This hawk is light and nimble with features optimal for CQC. The front spike prevents glancing blows and gets you in to targets that a regular hawk would have to much surface area to penetrate. The beard is meant for accessing the spinal cord, and either spike will assist in manual breaching.
This hawk when carried in my Hawk Holster (designed while I was operating on SEAL Team 8) gives the user the fastest (and most aggressive) deployment for operator needs.
Options with ambidextrous low-profile Kydex sheath:
Black, Flat Dark Earth, and OD Green cord wraps are available for the live blade.
Matching trainer (fits the same sheath):
Blue cord is standard on the trainer.
Tracker Dan discusses GrayMatter™ sheath safety and how to not spill your DNA.
Tracker Dan covers deploying a GrayMatter™ from the belt.
Tracker Dan deploys a GrayMatter™ from under the arm.
Tracker Dan deploys a GrayMatter™ from a chest rig.