Cold Steel Training Knives
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Now you can practice with Cold Steel's most popular knife designs, in relative safety, with their new range of rubber training knives. We have rubber training versions of the Peace Keeper I, the R1 Military Classic, Recon Tanto, Black Bear Classic and the Leatherneck-SF. Each has been carefully fashioned to look as realistic as possible so they can be effectively used in solo practice, training drills, disarm drills, and demonstrations and any other activity where you want a reasonably close approximation of realism but not the extreme danger and risk associated with an actual knife. The Santoprene rubber blades are soft enough to prevent the likelihood of most bodily injury. They do however, have a level of firmness that might cause injury to the face or the eyes, so it is recommended that appropriate eye protection or a fencing mask is utilised at all times when using a Cold Steel rubber training knife.
Specifications: Rubber Training Knives
I bought the leather neck -SF for my son to practice and use for his self defense moves in his grading, this is a great product this feels and is about right size as a real knife, great product for this. Love it for perfect for what we wanted it for.
Brought the Leatherneck after a really quick reply to stock and was sent without hassles and 1 or 2 days later. Nice quality just no sheath. Anyway will fit into webbing at a squeeze. But a sheath is recommended for outdoor wargame use. Scored 5 kills at armo and then gave it to a newb. Will buy another probably classic series.
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A great training knife. very sturdy but also flexs so its safe. good weight to it as well so u feel like u have more control. also a great lookin knife
This is good as a sparring knife. It's rigid enough that slashing and stabbing give some pain to the receiver so they respect it, yet flexible enough that it won't injure the receiver.
With daily use, these hold up. No breaking, bending, or cracking. Only issue is the safety issue about it's
hardness. It's great for doing weapon training, but be careful when doing ground techniques. These will not bend.
If you are on the ground you can really hurt your partner. You will not kill them, so that's the point of a training knife, but soft knife is better for beginning ground.
You should also wear goggles when training knife. We use Horse Riding Goggles.
This knife was great, perfect size, seems to have the right hardness, it keeps its shape for realistic performance.