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Which Weapon Would You Choose to Survive a Horror Movie?

Which Weapon Would You Choose to Survive a Horror Movie?
Imagine being chased through the woods in a horror movie and you come across a table with 5 different weapons on it. Which one would you choose? Watch the video and vote for your favorite!

The first weapon I tested was the Tactical Push Sword. We've carried this fantasy weapon for a while and I was surprised we had never shown it off before, because it is a really interesting weapon. It is made from one solid piece of stainless steel with a handle and forearm strap for easy control. Despite the fact that this is a fantasy weapon, I actually really like it because of it's unique design and sharp blade. Watch the video to see me test it out!

The next weapon I reviewed was the Comfort Grip Knuckle Duster. The best thing about this specific brass knuckle weapon is that it has an ABS palm grip for added comfort and a non-slip grip. I tested this knuckle duster out in a couple of different grip styles and it proved to be an excellent weapon against a horror movie villain. Watch the video to see how well it performed.

The third weapon I tested was the Tactical Trailing Point Karambit. If you've seen my videos before, you probably know that I love karambits and this one is no exception. The trailing point blade is unique and takes some getting used to, but there are a couple of things I really like about this knife. The design and weight of this blade is almost perfect. The pommel ring is extremely comfortable in my hands for switching grips and the weight is perfect for quick strikes. Make sure to watch the video to see my full review of this beautiful knife.

The fourth weapon I looked at was the Japanese Nata Machete. I had never seen a machete like this, but discovered that it is a common gardening tool in Japan. The best way to describe it is a chisel tip machete because it has a chisel on the front of it, which is really nice for slicing into harder surfaces. The blade is extremely sharp, and the overall weight is very comfortable for swinging. While this is designed to be a gardening tool, it makes an excellent weapon! Watch the video to see me test it out.

The last weapon I tested was the Hammered Steel Katana. Upon first glance, this katana looks fairly ordinary, but when you remove the sword from it's scabbard, you can see that it is something special. The blade has a very unique hammered steel look and an authentic clay tempered hamon line. It also has traditional rayskin in the tsuka to provide a solid grip and a traditional look. Overall, there is nothing I don't love about this katana. It is an excellent sword that I needed to test out. Watch the video to see how the sword held up.

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