Imbudo Laoc Filipino Sword
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The Imbudo Laoc, is a Filipino blade that is common in the Pangasinan provice of the northern Philippines that is used for slaughtering cattle. It is also known as panduyok or pang-rukruk or pantusok, meaning "a tool to pierce." The blade has a narrow belly that makes it good for thrusting.
This version of the blade has a pointed kamagong handle for close quarter punyo strikes and a brass handguard to make it better for fighting.
The lightweight mahogany scabbard features a metal belt clip for mounting. The clip has a friction based retention feature to prevent the blade from slipping out.
|Length in Scabbard:||31 inches|
|Overall Length:||28.25 inches|
|Blade Length:||21 inches|
|Handle Length:||7.14 inches|
|Blade Width:||1.5 inches (at widest point)|
|Blade Thickness:||Tapers from .25 inch
|Handle Material:||Kamagong, Brass
|Blade Material:||5160 Blended Steel|
|Weight:||1 pound 12 ounces
|Weight in Scabbard:||2 pounds 9 ounces
Note: Each blade is handmade in the Philippines and therefore may have slight variations in sizes as well as small imperfections in the finishing or construction dimensions. Variations and slightly irregular lines are common among all handmade blades in the Philippines. We believe that these imperfections do not affect performance.
Blade Use: Although we make our blades durable and strong, we do not recommend you test cut hard materials. Our long blades can cut light brush, but they are not designed to chop wood or cut thick branches.