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Solid Metal Nunchucks and Other Deadly Weapons

Solid Metal Nunchucks and Other Deadly Weapons
This week for Weapons Wednesday, we tested out the solid aluminum nunchaku and some of our other new weapons. Be sure to watch the video to see me put them to the test!

The first weapon I reviewed was the Black Tactical Combat Dagger. This unique mix of both a kunai style throwing knife and a tactical dagger comes in multiple colors including Gold, Damascus, Desert Camo and Grey. I tested out different grips on this knife and found that I have the most control using forward grip, but because of the design of the sheath, it is easiest to deploy in reverse grip. The fact that this is both a tactical blade and a throwing knife, make this a very effective weapon. Watch the video to see my full review.

The next weapon I tested out was the Dread Pirate Katana. This is a very unique looking samurai sword because of it's pirate design, and as usual, there are some things I really like about it and some things I don't. The overall theme and design of the sword is stunning, with plenty of little details that make it very unique. The tsuba and scabbard have skull and crossbones that give the sword a very authentic pirate feel. The blade is made from a 1045 carbon steel, which is on the low end of high carbon steel blades, but still a promising blade for most people. Be sure to watch the video to see my complete review of this katana.

The third weapon I reviewed was the Rugged Combat Cleaver. While this may appear to be an ordinary kitchen knife, there are some features of this cleaver that clearly make it a tactical blade. There is some jimping on the spine of the blade that allows you to have very solid control of your weapon and a lanyard hole in the pommel where you can add a wrist strap. Perhaps the thing that sets a cleaver apart from other tactical knives is its extremely sharp point where the blade meets the end of the knife. This sharp section can slice through many surfaces like nothing and give the the cleaver an edge to many other knives. Watch the video to see me test it out.

The fourth weapon I reviewed was the Pearl Handle Big Boy Stiletto. This unique knife is also available in another model called the Wood Handle Big Boy Stiletto. At close to 13" long when open, this knife has a longer reach than many other pocket knives and has a sharp tip that is great for piercing. The thing that I found most impressive about these stilettos was how well the spring-assist worked on them. They snap open at the flick of the blade, which is not something I expected from knives with this long of blades. Be sure to watch the video to see my full review of these knives.

The last weapon I reviewed this week was the Solid Aluminum Hexagon Nunchucks. These beautiful nunchaku are hand-made in America by a company called Kombativ and are made from solid aluminum. While they are a beautiful weapon, they are not made for beginners. At approximately 1 lb 13 ounces, these heavy metal nunchucks were designed as a training tool to help seasoned martial artists get faster with their nunchaku. If you can get fast with nunchucks this heavy, think how fast you will be when you go back to standard nunchaku that weigh half as much. Because these are such heavy duty nunchaku, I thought it would be a good idea to really test out their durability. As usual, I tested them out on things like fruit and 2-liter soda bottles, but I wanted to take it a step further and test them out on concrete slabs. Watch the video to see how well they held up!

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