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New Stealth Weapons for Night Use!

New Stealth Weapons for Night Use!
This week for Weapons Wednesday, we tested out some of our newest stealthy looking weapons including the Rugged Combat Knuckle Knife! Watch the video to see these awesome weapons in action!

The first weapon I tested out was the Rugged Combat Knuckle Knife. I really love the overall design of this knife. The fact that the knuckle duster itself is part of the blade, is very different from other knuckle knives I've seen. I also really like the stonewashed finish, which hides little imperfections and nicks that tend to happen to the blade overtime. Watch the video to see me test it out!

The second weapon I reviewed was the Black Mantis Combat Kama. This interesting looking weapon got it's name because it reminds me of the arms of a praying mantis. I love the overall look of this weapon, but my biggest concern was it's durability due to the type of metal it is made from and the tang of it's handle. So, of course, I had to put it to the test to see how well it would hold up to my abuse. Be sure to watch the video to see how well it performed!

The third weapon I tested was the Nightmare Tactical Karambit. If you've watched my videos, you know that I love karambits and I love knives that have a ring on the pommel. This knife is made from an 8CR13MOV steel, which is one of my favorite stainless steels available, and I also really love the feel of the handle. Make sure to watch the video to see how well it holds up to my tests.

The fourth weapon I reviewed was the Stealth Tactical Hatchet. When I first saw this weapon, I didn't know what to think of it. It was seemingly too small to be used for chopping, but it had a really nice grip and feel to it. I found by working with it for a little while that it would make a great close combat weapon and actually throws beautifully one you figure out how to throw it (it's a little different than other throwing axes). Be sure to watch the video to see me throw it.

the last weapon I tested was the Dark Combat Kukri. I've always loved kukri knives and this one is no different. It has a very thick stainless steel blade, making it heavier than many other kukri knives I've used. That has it's advantages and disadvantages. I really like the spike on the pommel, which could be used for strikes as well. I also really like the textured charcoal finish, which makes it very corrosion resistant for outdoor use. Make sure to watch the video to see this weapon in action!

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