Stone Hatchet


The Stone Hatchet is a weapon that appears in Red Dead Redemption 2, making its debut in the series in the game, as it has never appeared before in Red Dead Redemption and Red Dead Revolver

Description

The Stone Hatchet belongs to the melee weapons that appear in Red Dead Redemption 2. The weapon, alongside the Double-action Revolver, is part of a Grand Theft Auto Online, Red Dead Redemption 2 cross-promotion that has been introduced to the online mode of Grand Theft Auto V in August 2018. To obtain the weapon, which is also usable in Grand Theft Auto Online, players have to accept bounty missions, which involve tracking NPCs, from Maude Eccles. The precise location is never given, but players can use pictures of locations to track down targets. Completing five bounty missions will make Maude reveal the location of a stash that includes the Stone Hatchet.

Once Red Dead Redemption 2 releases, all who have obtained the Stone Hatchet in GTA Online will be able to collect it through the Rockstar Social Club.

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The Stone Hatchet can be found north of Owanjila on your map. It is located at a Native Burial Site, but can only be found if you have an active GTA Online account paired with your Social Club account.

The weapon isn't customizable, has Moderate Power and Low Range and Accuracy.

Trivia

  • In Grand Theft Auto Online, the Stone Hatchet comes with the Rampage ability. The ability, whose effect can be made to last longer by killing enemies in quick succession, grants reduced damage and enhanced health regenaration.
  • The Stone Hatchet, or Stone Axe, is one of the oldest weapon types ever built by man, the first ones found being dated to 6000 BC.
  • Stone Axes are still in production today in parts of Papua, Indonesia, with the Mount Hagen area being known as a in important production center.

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