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    I wanted to give a great review for a couple of knife trainers I purchased from e-bay and at indianacombatarts.com. I purchased two karambit trainers from them as well as their double edged mark it knife. All three products are great and they offer a lot of free stuff when you order. They gave me a free traininer with my order which I thought was cool. I don't know if they do that all the time but it was really nice. Anyway just wanted to pass this on I was really impressed with them and wanted to share.

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    What do they use to mark?
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    I wanted to give a great review for a couple of knife trainers I purchased from e-bay and at indianacombatarts.com. I purchased two karambit trainers from them as well as their double edged mark it knife. All three products are great and they offer a lot of free stuff when you order. They gave me a free traininer with my order which I thought was cool. I don't know if they do that all the time but it was really nice. Anyway just wanted to pass this on I was really impressed with them and wanted to share.
    YES!! I agree with you 100%!! I just ordered more stuff from them and they are very helpful and want you to be satisfied with their product. Rob and Sandi are good people and I dont mind giving them my business.
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    I like GUC knives out of Canada. Created by Jason Arnold these trainers have a realistic feel to them, and being aluminum they are durable and have a great weight.
    Quality outweighs quantity every time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Broad View Post
    I like GUC knives out of Canada. Created by Jason Arnold these trainers have a realistic feel to them, and being aluminum they are durable and have a great weight.
    Is there a website for this company? I was looking into this lately. I looked at the company Virtual Blade. NOt sure if any has heard about this company.

    http://www.virtualblade.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronin6 View Post
    Is there a website for this company? I was looking into this lately. I looked at the company Virtual Blade. NOt sure if any has heard about this company.

    http://www.virtualblade.com

    Contact Tim Hartman on MartialTalk he does a lot of business with Jason Arnold a.k.a. Jaybacka on MT. He checks in there from time to time, but I think Tim Hartman would be your best avenue into getting hold of Jason Arnold.
    Quality outweighs quantity every time.

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    http://www.shocknife.com/index.html

    A great training tool. Watch the video feed on the website you can see the fear in the guy after it hits him once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Broad View Post
    Contact Tim Hartman on MartialTalk he does a lot of business with Jason Arnold a.k.a. Jaybacka on MT. He checks in there from time to time, but I think Tim Hartman would be your best avenue into getting hold of Jason Arnold.
    Thanks so much for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by florida_kenpo View Post
    http://www.shocknife.com/index.html

    A great training tool. Watch the video feed on the website you can see the fear in the guy after it hits him once.
    Now that is cool!
    what a great idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by florida_kenpo View Post
    http://www.shocknife.com/index.html

    A great training tool. Watch the video feed on the website you can see the fear in the guy after it hits him once.
    Now that is awesome. expensive, but still a great training weapon.
    "Fear is the true opiate of combat."

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    Thanks so much for the referral to that Indiana site. Their Mark-It blades are much cheaper than the No-Lie blades that I'm more famililar with. I think I just may have to give them some business.

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    Unfortunately I never had the chance to give them some business. Their website has been disabled for the past 4 weeks.

    Nok Knives have become my fave trainers, they were designed by a relative of one of my classmates.

    Personally I like replacing the paracord handle with tape but that's just me.



    http://trainingblades.com/store/prod...b1d5af822bc310


    http://www.geocities.com/amok_hodges/blades

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol Kaur View Post
    Unfortunately I never had the chance to give them some business. Their website has been disabled for the past 4 weeks.

    Nok Knives have become my fave trainers, they were designed by a relative of one of my classmates.

    Personally I like replacing the paracord handle with tape but that's just me.



    http://trainingblades.com/store/prod...b1d5af822bc310


    http://www.geocities.com/amok_hodges/blades
    Nice knives. Thanks for teh update. Have you used them with chalk?
    "Fear is the true opiate of combat."

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