Cold Steel Kunai Knife - FGX Battle Ring Dagger
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    A modern style kunai reproduction from Cold Steel!

    One of the most unique features of this knife are the materials used for the blade and handle. The handle is made from deeply checkered Kraton that has been molded directly to the blade tang. The blade is made using Grivory, the latest in fiberglass reinforced plastic.

    Light enough to be tied, tucked, or taped just about anywhere on one"s person. And, since they are impervious to heat, cold, moisture and extreme weather they are a natural to hide both inside and outside your house. 3 1/3 in. blade, 9 in. overall.

    History of the Kunai knife:

    A kunai is an ancient kind of trowel, originated during the Tensho Era in Japan. The kunai was normally wrought of iron, not steel, cheaply forged and unpolished. The size of most kunai ranged from 20 cm to 60 cm, with the average at 40 cm. The kunai was used by common folk as multi-purpose gardening tools and by workers of stone and masonry. The kunai is not a knife, but something more akin to a wrecking bar. The blade was soft iron and unsharpened because the edges were used to smash plaster and wood, to dig holes and to pry. Normally only the tip would have been sharpened. The uses to which a kunai was put would have destroyed any heat-treated and sharpened tool like a knife.

    Kunai normally had a leaf-shaped blade and a handle with a ring on the pommel for attaching a rope. This would allow the kunai's handle to be wrapped to act as a grip, or when used as a weapon; to be strapped to a stick as an expedient spear, to be tied to the body for concealment, or to use as an anchor or piton.

    Contrary to popular belief, they were not designed as throwing weapons, though they can be thrown and cause damage. Instead, they are a thrusting and stabbing tool.

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    Customer Reviews|Average Rating: 4.44 out of 5

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    Reviewed by Steven robnett on Apr 21, 2014   5 out of 5

    Not sharp really can cut cardboard or paper good enough not really meant for cutting but having said that point is great and knife is very durable absolutely love it . I have request tho can y'all get the steel blade version that cold steel makes would love to have that one as well in my collection

    Reviewed by berek clay on Feb 25, 2012   4 out of 5

    i only give this 4/5 due to it being made out of a plastic material, but it came in perfect condition, and is sharp for a plastic training weapon, dont know if i would recommend this to any one, but i wouldn't give it up either

    Reviewed by sherry ojeda on Jun 13, 2011   5 out of 5

    I personally didny like these but only because I was unaware that it was made of plastic but just because I didnt like doesny mean its a bad weapon for people who actually need something like this its great and its cheap which is also great. But I ended up sending mine back do to the fact that it wasnt what I want, but I'd like to point out the awesome customer service from this site and thats why I will continue buying from here.


    Reviewed by Aaron Marden on May 18, 2011   5 out of 5

    I bought this knife from Trueswords because I was curious of the material. I think this knife is exactly what the product discription says it is and it fills that roll perfectly. The plastic-knife is actually very sturdy and feels good in the hand, it does have a full tang, if you can call it that.

    No this knife is NOT a good throwing knife. For the simple reason that is is NOT a throwing knife at all. If anything the kunai is a push dagger.

    I have heard people complain that the blade is not sharp or that the point is easily damaged. Well that is somewhat true. The edges of the knife are not sharp, but if you apply preasure I am 100% sure this knife can easily rip through flesh.

    The point of the FGX Battle Ring is what you would expect from a "plastic" knife. The end has a little bit excess plastic that is similar to the little green army men we played with as kids. That is really my only complaint.

    Overall this knife is what it says it is. A last-ditch self defense knife that is imperveous to the elements. It is not, and should not, be your first choice of self defense weapons. (i.e. a gun, mace, or metal knife)

    Another use of this kunai knife is you can buy it to get "the feel" of a real kunai and see if you like the style of blade before upgrading to the real Battle Ring, which is like $50. And if you don't like it, then you only wasted $8.99.

    By the way this knife is big, the picture doesn't do it justice, which is good. More Bang for your buck.

    Reviewed by Spike Hun on May 07, 2011   5 out of 5

    the blade is bigger then i thought it would be. the strength of the material is really surprising. the ring is slightly bigger then my thumb. its very light weight as well.

    perfect buy for the price.

    Reviewed by dan begley on May 16, 2010   4 out of 5

    I got this yesterday lets start off with the great delivery and service from! Thanks!!! The kunai has a nice feel and more modern approach which is pretty cool the tip is a little messed up but over all great for practice tossing at light objects like cardboard... DO NOT THROW AT WOOD!!! And yes the tip was damaged in shipping so its not trueswords fault...

    Reviewed by Chris Schaak on Jan 10, 2010   5 out of 5

    Quality A+. Blade is sharp. Probably not good for throwing, but I don't think this was meant as a thrower. I would recommend this.

    Reviewed by ncik wimbert on Sep 21, 2008   4 out of 5

    its good if u cant throw i kunai i have a real kunai ment to be thrown i think the real deal is alot cooler than this but it is stroung a durable ill give it that so ill give it a 4 out of 5

    Reviewed by Jennifer Arnold on Aug 02, 2008   3 out of 5

    this is good for getting used to the feel of a kunai before moving on to the real thing

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