https://www.2hawks.net/tomahawks http://www.hbforge.com/hand-forged-hawks-and-axes I see a lot of "tactical tomahawks" that are all steel and generally over $300. What am I missing? Won't a steel handle 'ring' your hands and wrists badly when you hit something hard? Also, the cost seems pretty high for what it is unless it is all about MARKETING. Then there all the imported ~$100 MSRP hawks that seem have a lot of marketing gimmick. A traditional style wood handle tomahawk seems like a better option or at least one with a fiberglass handle. Slip tapered fit or driven wedge like an axe seems like a reasonably easy to maintain option as well. 2Hawks is one brand I don't see mentioned often but, I know they are a good option and start ~$125 for non-tactical models. H&B is another one that carries a good reputation. Why aren't traditional tomahawks mentioned more in the forums or online generally? Is all about marketing and sponsorships (and advertisements)?