Rubber Knives - Martial Arts Training Tool

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Rubber Knives - Martial Arts Training Tool

Rubber knives are used to practice self-defense techniques by martial arts such as Krav Maga. This piece of flexible training equipment allows martial artists to practice techniques (i.e. knife disarms) without hurting themselves or their partners. A rubber training knife is often shaped either as a traditional Tanto or a more modern combat knife. Other similar training tools include rubber batons and rubber guns.

A more advanced training variation of the rubber knife is a shock knife which produces an electric shock if the blade touches your training partner.

For information on additional training equipment, please visit the main Martial Arts Training Equipment section.

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Krav Maga Self-Defense Training with Rubber Knife


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