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MALVEN HAWK HOOK

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Part Number:Hawk
  • FIREFIGHTER Designed and Owned
  • MADE In U.S.A

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Malven Hawk tool is a multi-function one piece arsenal used in the fire finding function. The head and various end configurations are all made with our special alloy stainless steel  with a chrome moly shaft making it superior in strength, durable,  light weight, low maintenance, and terrific in holding its edge. This one tool preforms the following functions: Breaching, Chopping, Pulling, Prying, Peeling, light duty force able entry. The Raptor handle (half-"D" shape) option adds additional pulling functions, a narrow 
prying tip and striking surface. Tool is made to order, please allow time for fabrication and shipping.


1) It's not obvious in most photos, but the heavy-duty "wedge" tip of the tool always seems to get involved in the work at hand-- prying plywood off closed windows, pulling baseboards, door and window casing, crown moldings, breaking up ceramic tile, quarry tile, brick or block with downward, spear-like moves, etc.,
2) the wedge is "beefy" so its a part of the tool that can take a beating without much worry about permanent damage,
3) the back edge of the wedge has flattened shoulders on both sides so it can be struck and driven with an axe-- even in zero viz, by sliding he axe along the shaft,
4) the tool is made of hardened stainless which holds a keen edge even with abuse, so the tool has numerous different thin, tight edges for peeling thin materials like metal cover plates, grilles, linoleum, tile, carpet-- gets into really tight gaps,
5) rear-facing adze is pretty decent for quick entry past medium duty hardware to force inward swinging doors,
6) if you file a thin notch in the center of this adze (to keep it centered on the work), this adze it can often be driven behind, and pull, the bezel of a cylinder lock to initiate through-the-lock methods,
7) it's a good chopping tool, in an unusual way-- the lower transverse (sideways) blade cross-cuts with the longitudinal, curved blade to split and break at the same time (obviously, its not an axe, but it performs those functions pretty well),
8) because the blade arcs forward, the blade comes right out of a chopping cut (if stuck) by rotating the handle forward,
9) for pulling down materials, it give you the choice of a broad back surface to pull bigger wall/ceiling sections with less breaking OR on the other side the back edge is sharper and can bend or break wires, straps, etc., that would otherwise slow the work.


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