Training Weapons

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  • Red Oak BokkenRed Oak Bokken

    This red oak bokken comes with a handguard (tsuba). Measures 40″ long. Weighs 1 pound 10 ounces without tsuba. NOTE: Prices do not include shipping.  Please contact Aikido of Phoenix for shipping information.

  • Jr Red Oak BokkenRed Oak Bokken

    Smaller bokken is more practical for younger practitioners. This sword has a 24.5” wooden blade and 8.5” handle. Includes plastic tsuba and rubber stopper. NOTE: Prices do not include shipping.  Please contact Aikido of Phoenix for shipping information.

  • Oak JoOak Jo

    Straight styled Jo. Hardwood, 1-1/4˝’ diameter. Size: 50″ NOTE: Prices do not include shipping.  Please contact Aikido of Phoenix for shipping information.

  • Wood TantoWood Tanto

    Great for training! This one piece design is carved of a red hardwood and sanded to a smooth finish. 11 1/2 inches long, this knife is designed to resemble a real tanto knife without the danger or expense of a sharp blade. NOTE: Prices do not include shipping.  Please contact Aikido of Phoenix for shipping [...]

  • Rubber Training KnifeRubber Tanto Knife

    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. NOTE: Prices do not [...]

  • Practical KatanaPractical Katana

    The ever-popular Practical Katana gives the martial artist the opportunity to own and use a Hanwei sword at the cost of an economy sword. The blades are forged and differentially hardened, using the same process as the more expensive blades and producing an HRC60 edge and HRC40 back. The temper line is authentic and prominent. [...]

  • Practical Plus KatanaPractical Plus Katana

    The Practical Plus Katana provides a very economical cutting sword as dependable as the Practical Katana but using more traditional fittings and construction methods. The blade is forged and differentially hardened in the traditional claying method with a prominent hamon. The Practical Plus features genuine Same (Rayskin) on the Tsuka, with a wrap (Tsuka-Ito) specially [...]


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