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Since 2002, TAK Training Knives have been used in Martial Arts schools, Special Forces training classes, TSA training schools, and Police/ Sheriff Departments. TAK Polycarbonate Training Blades are used worldwide when life threatening situations are practiced for maximum reality.

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Blade Show 2019!

June 22, 2019

Thanks' to everyone who visited us at Blade Show 2019 in Atlanta. 

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My favorite fighter.... Roy Jones Jr.!

March 03, 2019

Boxing was my first fighting sport love. I like all the greats but I was always blown away at the skills of Roy Jones Jr. Take a look at this clip and check out the amazing speed, reach length, and stamina. Roy is as blinding fast in late round fights as if it were still round 1. He could follow up repeated same punches faster than you could fire mixed combinations. And he had wild swinging hooks that were crazy fast. This is a great compilation for any fight fan. Enjoy!    

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Why Blocking is Useless! (not really, but read on)

July 03, 2018

There are a couple of blogs I like to read. Brian VanCise & Hock Hochheim are 2 of my favorites. Looking through Brian's blog today, I saw a great video he posted from Funker Tactical. Let me tell you, from someone who has kickboxed and been in actual fights, I can tell you this video is SPOT ON! I know I'm striking a nerve with the many instructors that teach blocking systems and I have studied them for years also. BUT.... in a real fight, you need to close the gap and get on the offensive immediately! NEVER stand back and block.... you will get knocked out. Get in close and go for the targets not shown in this video...

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“Fake” Nok Knives…. Beware!

December 24, 2017

Over the past months, I have had multiple groups and customers tell me of their Nok “styled” knives breaking or falling apart. So I dug into the situation and found that one or more companies have copied the look of a Nok knife and internet retailers are selling them online, sometimes as “Nok styled knives”. Obviously this is affecting Nok’s reputation since people are wary and can’t tell the difference by photos. Nok knives are very distinctive in looks and this makes it very confusing to consumers. Please feel free to repost this to get the word out! Thanks’ from John & Nok. Here are several pictures and an email from one customer that purchased a “knock off” Nok knife....

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