Some people expressed concern that I would go on walk-about in Arizona all alone. Fear not, I'm not going to be alone. I'll be with Jenny. (and possibly a Lone Wolf customized Glock 21)
The Jenny Wren is designer Ryan Johnson's (RMJ) latest tomahawk. The head is S-7, the core handle is G-10 that dovetails into the steel. The overlay handles are textured G-10 and all of it is held in place with hardened ground dowel pins and screw sets. The eyelets in the handle are 3/8" micarta tube. This is a small thin (1/2" thick handle) hawk that handles very quickly.
The armor plate (above-right) is constructed of Dyneema to 3A thickness. It will stop a .44 magnum or any other pistol round, but it doesn't hold up well against a tomahawk.
When on walk-about in Arizona, it's nice to have a tomahawk (or better still, a selection of hawks to pick from). The concept of a Jenny Wren is simply its size. When leverage is important, I carry the old tried and true Eagle Talon. When I want something that will be available and unobtrusive, the Jenny Wren works better.