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September 04, 2017

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Bob Kramer Knife Making... Very Cool!

Here is a fun video where Anthony Bourdain visits Bob Kramer's shop. Bob makes a kitchen knife from a meteorite! Much respect to Bob for his craft and the knowledge he has acquired. When you see a guy like this making knives from scratch, you can imagine the many years of trials and experimentation that gets you to perfection. Enjoy!

Blade Show 2017!

If you love knives.... you'll love Blade Show!

Everything is there. The major companies, custom makers, materials suppliers, machinery manufacturers. Enough to keep you gawking for 2-3 days easy.

John from TAK will be at the show. No booth but just to make contact with all of our friends. If you need trainers made for a live blade you are producing or just want to say hello, drop us an email and we'll send you his cell phone number so you can touch base at the show.

Blade Show Info

April 07, 2017

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New Aku Strike Training Knives!

Well, this is long overdue! Finally there is a training knife that emits a light and/ or a beep when contact is made on the tip or cutting edge. 2 different colored lights (switch selectable) make it suitable for distinguishing who made the cut.

We have been testing these for a few weeks now and feel confident that they are going to a be a valuable asset in your gear bag when it's time to amp up into reality based training.

This trainer is available in a clear polycarbonate or nickel finish blade. Both look and work great so it really is just a matter of preference. The clear blade has indents, grooves, and text embedded so the light really picks up these items and the blade is easy to see. It also "glows" more since the clear helps with the light transmission.

 

 

January 04, 2017

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Combat Tomahawk with Doug Marcaida

In this series of videos from Funker Tactical, Doug Marcaida gives a great tutorial on how to use a small hawk for practical fighting. This is great info and I'm really glad to see this type of quality instruction from Funker and Mr. Marcaida! Enjoy!
December 24, 2016

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Alamo Stick Fighting Championship, .January 28, 2017

The tournament will be hosted by Siete Pares Escrima in San Antonio TX.
Categories;
Single Stick
Double Stick
Multi weapon
Long Stick 36"
Single knife
Double knives
(All padded)
RULES FOR THE SINGLE STICK/ DOUBLE STICK / LONG STICK/ MULTI WEAPON:
NO WEKAF - Modified Point sparring with a 3 hit total strikes max if all the strikes are to the hands, arms, legs and body before breaking the fighters so the 3 judges could call points before immediately restarting the match.
Points:
1 Round - 5 minute continues round.


Please call for Knife Rules (210) 367-1877. Mastro Erik Buenaflor, SietePares777@outlook.com
Cost: Registration Fee before January 13th is $30 which will include one event and $10 each additional event you wish to participant in.
Registration Fee after January 13th is $40 which will include one event and $15 each additional event you wish to participant in.
Location:
HEALY MURPHY CENTER
618 Live Oak St
San Antonio , TX 78202

December 24, 2016

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New CDHK Karambit with Dennis Ocampo

Our friend Dennis Ocampo of the Sina Tirsia Wali Kali System recently did a training video for the new TheUltimateKnife.com CDHK Folding Karambit. Take a look at the video to see Dennis properly demonstrate the techniques and pay attention to the targets. The Karambit is a tricky knife to get used to. If you've mostly used straight blades, it takes a while to get comfortable with the proper wrist rotations to make effective cuts. Dennis makes it look easy but this is a man of mad skills! I have watched Dennis at seminars before and am amazed at his lightening speed, intensity, and quick reflexes. Enjoy!

 

 

November 07, 2016

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MBC on the Beach 2016

Another fantastic 3 day MBC training camp with Michael Janich was held in VA Beach November 2016. Michael had a large turnout of instructors so everybody received personal attention and tune ups. Many thanks to Gary Mah for hosting these yearly events. Stay tuned to the MBC website to look for additional opportunities around the country to train with the MBC instructors.

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