Cold Steel 92R39LSF Rubber Training Leatherneck SF Knife
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||19.3 x 15 x 2.5 inches|
|Item Weight||0.12 Kilograms|
|Blade Shape||Clip Point|
|Blade Length||7 Inches|
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- Rubber training Leatherneck SF
- Overall length 12"
- Close approximation realism but not the extreme danger and risk
- Innovative cutlery company Cold Steel's most popular knives, including this Leatherneck-SF, are now available in safe, rubberized trainer editions
- Ideal for solo practice, training, and demonstrations
- Made of durable Santoprene
- Seven-inch blade with 0.44-inch thickness, five-inch handle, 12-inch overall length, and 4.1-ounce weight
- Includes limited manufacturer's warranty; details included with purchase
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Cold Steel 92R39LSF Rubber Training Leatherneck SF Knife
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.
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.
Product detailsSize:count of 1
- Item model number : 824610
- Department : Unisex
- Date First Available : October 24, 2018
- Manufacturer : Cold Steel
- ASIN : B07JNPZJ4H
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- #44 in Camping Fixed-Blade Knives
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Recently, I decided to review the Cold Steel Leatherneck training knife which mimics the USMC Fighting Knife made by Ka-Bar. Since I own a couple of Ka-Bars & have them with me in the field, it makes sense to use a training knife that has very similar dimensions. Cold Steel really seems to get it right when designing their training knives to resemble the real blade. I own tanto’s, M9’s, trenchers & other trainers that are made by Cold Steel. After years of use, they are still serviceable and I use them for my personal practice as well as with my students.
The rubberized training blades are not always the best choice when it comes to specific training. If I am working with students on disarming & locking drills, I prefer an aluminum blade. But for most soft-work and especially with beginner students, my goto training knives are the “rubberized” Cold Steel blades. The term rubberized can be deceiving. Yes, these training knives bend but they are a tough piece of plastic. You can still cause serious damage to you as well as your training partner so be careful & wear eye protection.
If you are in the market for new training knives, take a close look at these Cold Steel Training Blades. They may be exactly what you are looking for.
SPECS ON THE COLD STEEL TRAINING KNIVES:
Blade Length: 7″
Handle: 5″ Long
Overall Length: 12″
Ideal for solo practice, training, and demonstrations
Made of durable Santoprene
Seven-inch blade with 0.44-inch thickness, five-inch handle, 12-inch overall length, and 4.1-ounce weight
Includes limited manufacturer’s warranty; details included with purchase
Product Dimensions: 18.2 x 14 x 1.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
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The color of this knife doesn't depict the everyday style of a knife so some people made be thrown off and discouraged by the resemblance. Using rubber as a description is a bit misleading as it's not the typical bendable rubber used everywhere. The rubber is a hard rubber capable of causing damage to something or someone so beware!
The rubber knife has some weight to it, enough to feel if actually making contact. For training purposes the knife fairs well in weight and material used due to similarities of a real knife. For training I use this knife in defensive tactics and practice using a lot of defensive moves making this knife like the real thing.
The knife does have good durability and will last a very long time. Dropping it or hitting an object barely leaves a mark, if any. The knife length is 12", so use the length to figure out which scenarios you would want to train with it.
I also got him one of the bright green training pistols too, which he loves.
Top reviews from other countries
Personally using it for jiu-jitsu weapon training, razor’s edge workshop, self-def practise, rolling with knife..
Best knife to get! Def worth paying more for this than for the cheaper (well selling) ones (friends had them - one broke into two halfs and the other one was plastic with very pointy top - had to tape it)
I only received the product today but it's the right length for the P1 grading. It's a bit more "well constructed" than the practice knifes we use at the club (I mean.. you'll get bruised if you don't block in time!) but it's a rock solid practice item and I would highly recommend it.