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0810080
Now you can practice with some of our most popular knife designs, in relative safety, with our new rubber training knives. We have rubber training versions of our Peace Keeper™ I, the R1 Military Classic, Recon Tanto, and the Black Bear Classic. 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 utilized at all times when using a Cold Steel® rubber training knife.
22.90 BGN
(19.08 ex. TAX)
0810132
Now you can practice with some of our most popular knife designs in relative safety - with our rubber training knives! Each trainer 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.
22.90 BGN
(19.08 ex. TAX)
0813116
Operators are a select breed of soldier. They demand the most of themselves and of the tools they choose to carry. Whether you're being deployed to a foreign land, or you are needing a professional level tool stateside, the FE7™, FE9™ and FE9™ Trainer fixed blade knives are a force to be reckoned with. Custom Knifemaker Jim Hammond designed, with Arcenio James Advincula's concepts, a knife series with "no bull" attitude. Having the right tool for the job, and the bonus of a trainer to help hone your skills is mission critical. An "aggressive" drop-point blade shape features a razor-sharp, slight recurve bottom edge along with a sharpened leading top edge. Combine those with the false edge upper, hollow ground profile, very robust 0.25-inch thick full-tang—and it is lights out toughness. The handle is purposefully shaped of black G10, complete with pronounced finger grooves and full blade guard. Grip position is slightly angled in relation to the blade for maximum energy transfer when in use. And for the ultimate in versatile field carry, the sheath goes well beyond the extra mile to ensure you limitless carry options without having to make your own mods. Molded black nylon with glass fiber reinforcement halves are assembled to create a form fit "click in" cavity to contain the knife. A snap strap further secures the knife safely, even inverted. The sheath has been designed to accommodate Molle clip attachments, as well as having a leg strap and ample slots/grommets for lashing if warranted. It comes complete with all of the required hardware for belt or Molle attachment in either high or low positions. To get the full benefit of these edged "tools", you are going to want to take advantage of working with the FE9 Trainer*. It is modeled after the FE9 in profile and size. The thermo plastic rubber (TPR) FE9 likeness allows you to go through full physical motions and body maneuvers safely, while still gaining the proper skill level and dexterity wielding a fixed blade fighting knife like this can req
26.90 BGN
(22.42 ex. TAX)
1140007
The Brooklyn Shorty may be the strongest and most durable mini-bat in the world. An ideal souvenir or collectable, this small, portable and travel-friendly bat is made to the same exacting standard as its larger brothers, and like all Cold Steel products it is expected to be able to serve a multitude of uses and to perform when called upon! Made from injection molded high-performance polypropylene, this hard wearing and durable piece of Cold Steel memorabilia is almost unbreakable and will last a lifetime.
49.90 BGN
(41.58 ex. TAX)
0810036
Hundreds of years ago, the Japanese discovered a simple truth; that to become a good swordsman you'll have to practice, a great deal. To become a great swordsman you’ll have to practice with a "live blade". And during the period between "good" and "great", you should spend your time building your skills and confidence enough to wield a razor sharp Katana safely and effectively. To accomplish this, the Japanese relied on a simple wooden sword called a "bokken" for much of their training. It was made from the super tough wood of the Japanese White Oak, a wood they called Kashi. The swords produced from this wood had the advantage of replicating the size, weight and feel of a steel sword, while minimizing the possibility of causing grievous or permanent injury to those who used it. Authentic Kashi wood Bokkens are still used today, but are becoming quite costly. They also have the disadvantages, being made of wood, that they may rot, crack split or splinter. Cold Steel's solution to these dilemmas was to design a synthetic substitute, low in price and impervious to the elements. Our Bokken and our new Wakazashi Bokken are made of the heaviest grade polypropylene available and closely duplicate a real Katana and Wakazashi in length, size, weight and feel. While they're not quite as rigid as wood, they have the advantages of being virtually unbreakable and remarkably stiff and cut resistant.
75.90 BGN
(63.25 ex. TAX)
1140003
"It's unbelievable. We're seeing eight to 10 bats break every game. Guys are coming back saying they hit the ball on the sweet spot and it still broke." This quote caught our President, Lynn C. Thompson's attention. It's from an article in the Los Angeles Times describing how frequently baseball bats break and nearly injure the players in major league games. The article chronicled the debate currently raging among players over which bat is better, those made of ash, which is lighter and slightly flexible, or those made of maple which is heavier and stiffer. As he read, Lynn began to suspect there might be a market for a baseball bat that just couldn't be broken. What kid, let alone an adult, wouldn't want an unbreakable bat? Now Cold Steel is proud to offer you our first forays into the manufacturing of athletic equipment, the Brooklyn Smasher® and the Brooklyn Crusher™. Because they're precision injection molded out of heavy-grade polypropylene, these bats just can't be broken. There’s no need to worry about shards of wood flying in your face. No matter what you hit or how hard you swing them, they just won't break. And they're durable too, they won’t rot, crack, or splinter, or even fade. You can treat them as roughly as you choose. You needn’t worry about dirt or the weather affecting them either since they’re impervious to the elements and clean up with soap and water. Try that with a wood bat and you might damage it. They're versatile too. Like any other baseball bat, croquet mallet, golf club or hockey stick, they can be used in an emergency, as an extremely effective self-defense tool. You can keep one behind the front door, under the bed, or in a car trunk and forget about it until you need it. They can be used as game bats, practice bats, warm-up bats, loaner bats, inclement weather bats, school or league bats or kid's bats. They can also serve as a cross over trainers to develop strength, agility and eye hand coordination for those studying Western Saber Fencing, Kendo, Kenjitsu, Filipino Stick and Sw
83.90 BGN
(69.92 ex. TAX)
0810131
Hundreds of years ago, the Japanese discovered a simple truth; that to become a good swordsman you'll have to practice, a great deal. To become a great swordsman you’ll have to practice with a "live blade". And during the period between "good" and "great", you should spend your time building your skills and confidence enough to wield a razor sharp Katana safely and effectively. To accomplish this, the Japanese relied on a simple wooden sword called a "bokken" for much of their training. It was made from the super tough wood of the Japanese White Oak, a wood they called Kashi. The swords produced from this wood had the advantage of replicating the size, weight and feel of a steel sword, while minimizing the possibility of causing grievous or permanent injury to those who used it. Authentic Kashi wood Bokkens are still used today, but are becoming quite costly. They also have the disadvantages, being made of wood, that they may rot, crack split or splinter. Cold Steel's solution to these dilemmas was to design a synthetic substitute, low in price and impervious to the elements. Our Bokken and our new Wakazashi Bokken are made of the heaviest grade polypropylene available and closely duplicate a real Katana and Wakazashi in length, size, weight and feel. While they're not quite as rigid as wood, they have the advantages of being virtually unbreakable and remarkably stiff and cut resistant.
89.90 BGN
(74.92 ex. TAX)
1140005
"It's unbelievable. We're seeing eight to 10 bats break every game. Guys are coming back saying they hit the ball on the sweet spot and it still broke." This quote caught our President, Lynn C. Thompson's attention. It's from an article in the Los Angeles Times describing how frequently baseball bats break and nearly injure the players in major league games. The article chronicled the debate currently raging among players over which bat is better, those made of ash, which is lighter and slightly flexible, or those made of maple which is heavier and stiffer. As he read, Lynn began to suspect there might be a market for a baseball bat that just couldn't be broken. What kid, let alone an adult, wouldn't want an unbreakable bat? Now Cold Steel is proud to offer you our first forays into the manufacturing of athletic equipment, the Brooklyn Smasher® and the Brooklyn Crusher™. Because they're precision injection molded out of heavy-grade polypropylene, these bats just can't be broken. There’s no need to worry about shards of wood flying in your face. No matter what you hit or how hard you swing them, they just won't break. And they're durable too, they won’t rot, crack, or splinter, or even fade. You can treat them as roughly as you choose. You needn’t worry about dirt or the weather affecting them either since they’re impervious to the elements and clean up with soap and water. Try that with a wood bat and you might damage it. They're versatile too. Like any other baseball bat, croquet mallet, golf club or hockey stick, they can be used in an emergency, as an extremely effective self-defense tool. You can keep one behind the front door, under the bed, or in a car trunk and forget about it until you need it. They can be used as game bats, practice bats, warm-up bats, loaner bats, inclement weather bats, school or league bats or kid's bats. They can also serve as a cross over trainers to develop strength, agility and eye hand coordination for those studying Western Saber Fencing, Kendo, Kenjitsu, Filipino Stick and Sw
92.90 BGN
(77.42 ex. TAX)
1140006
Perfect for school or league games, they can be used as game bats, practice and warm-up bats or even serve as crossover trainers to develop strength and hand/eye coordination for those studying Martial Arts. From our micro sized Souvenir Bat (the Brooklyn Shorty) to our epic over-sized Whopper, and all of the other models in between, we’re sure to have the bat for you!
104.90 BGN
(87.42 ex. TAX)
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