Raker Knives and Steel Mini Panabas Knife

CA$245.00
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Raker Knives and Steel Mini Panabas fixed blade

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Inspired by the Panabas Challenge of his second appearance on The History Channel's Forged in Fire show, Ray has created these Mini Panabas knives in his own inimitable style with stag handles and a leather pocket sheath with clip.

According to Wikipedia:

The Panabas is a large, forward-curved sword or battle axe used by certain ethnic groups in the southern Philippines. It can range in size from 2 to 4 feet and can be held with one or both hands, delivering a deep, meat cleaver-like cut.[1] In its heyday, it was used as a combat weapon, as an execution tool, and as a display of power. Occasional use as an agricultural and butchering tool has also been noted.[2]

The sword's name is a shortening of the word "pang-tabas", which means "chopping tool". As such, its etymological origins are the root word tabas ("to chop off") and the prefix pang ("used for").

As with any custom, hand made knife, each one is unique.

**Swiss Army Knife shown for scale only and NOT included

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