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Filipino Weapons
Filipino martial arts have different names: Kali, Escrima, Arnis de Mano, Sinawali or Panantukan. These Filipino martial arts techniques use hardwood, wooden sticks, machetes and daggers. There are no less than 100 models of knives officially recorded by historians and researchers. Influence on the fight style come from both Chinese (Kuntao - f...
Filipino martial arts have different names: Kali, Escrima, Arnis de Mano, Sinawali or Panantukan. These Filipino martial arts techniques use hardwood, wooden sticks, machetes and daggers. There are no less than 100 models of knives officially recorded by historians and researchers. Influence on the fight style come from both Chinese (Kuntao - fighting with bare hands) and Europeans, especially Spaniards. The traditional style of the natives fighting took some fighting techniques of "espada y daga" fight with swords and knives. The most famous victim of Filipino warriors is Magellan. He tried to Christianize the natives of Mactan Island. On April 28, 1521 Filipinos have faced the Spaniards, led by chief Lapulapu. Following clashes Magellan was killed. It is a proof of efficacy in fighting techniques Filipino native fighters Faced with armor and swords of Toledo!
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  • Jian
    Chinese sword is known as jian. It is one of the oldest known weapons, with a history of over 2500 years. It is a one-hand weapon (as opposed to Japanese katana wich is a two-hand gun). It is considered a major weapon of the Chinese martial arts practitioners with gun (stick), dao (broadsword) and Qiang (spear). There are Chinese sword for two hands, shuangshou jian, but is more rarely used.
  • Auxiliary Chinese Weapons
    Complementary devices for weapons used in wushu / kung fu.
  • Dao
    Dao is a sword (blade edge on one side) with wide blade that used to cause deep cuts and less thrust techniques. Part of the "four queens of Chinese weapons" (with stick gun, sword - jian, and spear - qiang). Dao is the generic name for edged weapons on one side. As a curiosity, in everyday language, dao means knife (kitchen for example). Dao is a one-handed weapon. It usually uses one weapon, but there are times when using two dao.
  • Yee Jee Seung Do
    Yee Jee Seung Do is the pocket big knives also knows as "butterfly knives". These are lower than the Chinese broadsword (Dao). From the historical point of view there were knives known as Dit Ming Do ("knives that kill"). There are specific of Wing Chun style (Bruce Lee practiced this style too, under master Ip Man).
  • Qian
    Qiang. Qiang is the Chinese spear. Wooden handle is made of "wood wax" (a strong flexible wood) allowing shock absorption and thereby protecting against breakage. Normal length of a spear is between 180-200 cm.
  • Japanese Weapons
    Traditional Japanese Weapons for practice martial arts. Japanese martial arts involving the use of traditional weapons such as Katana, Tanto, Wakizashi, bo, jo, Hanbo, tessen. In the category of Japanese weapons we offer you the simple Japanese weapons made of wood - as long stick - bo, middle stick - jo, short stick - Hanbo or wooden swords - bokken, soburito up weapons involving advanced technology as one for making Japanese sword - katana, Wakizashi or knives - tanto or long weapons: naginata, yari. Our offer for Japanese weapons include weapons of extraordinary quality at the best prices. Japanese weapons provided by Nihon Taiyo Ken and Budo Best some of the most reputed manufacturers in this field.
  • Bastoane
    Bastoane utilizate in practicarea artelor martiale chinezesti - wushu - kung fu. Pot fi confectionate din lemn (baston nanquan) sau metal (monkey stick). Confectionate traditional, bastoane pentru practicarea tehnicilor de lupta ale calugarilor Shaolin.
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