Hardcore Hardware’s MFE01 Rhino is one of those tools that has an almost irrational caveman-like aesthetic appeal. Luckily, this is one of the few such tools that’s actually packed with useful functionality.
The Hardcore Hardware Rhino utility tool, which is also described as a tactical tomahawk, features an axe head, combination chisel and pry bar claw, and crow bar-style pry bar and nail puller.
It is made from D2 tool steel and is coated with a durable black Teflon coating. The skeletonized frame minimizes weight, and a G10 handle in coyote brown or flat black maximizes gripability. Lanyard holes at both ends allow for attachment to rope or a carabiner.
A quick-release Kydex sheath and multiple attachment options – Blade-Tec, Tek-Lok, Molle-Lok – allow for convenient carrying.
The Rhino is aimed at military users, as well as law enforcement, fire, and rescue users. It’s a life-or-death tool, and is priced accordingly.
Price: $299 AUD, $300-325 USD
The MFE01 Rhino is said to be [partially?] made in Australia.