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Ginunting - KIL Aluminum Trainer

  • $ 6995

The Ginunting (or Gnunting, or Gununting) is a sword style that is popular in the Visayans.  With its signature downward curved blade, the Ginunting proudly displays its humble origins as a Filipino weapon crafted from a pair of agricultural scissors.

Our new KIL Ginunting design was thinned down for a sleeker look, and for speedier swings and thrusts.  Enjoy. 

The handles of our KIL Aluminum Trainers are wrapped with a black, heavy-duty, 3/16" utility cord for a thick, secure grip.


We chose to make our own aluminum trainers because, as elite fighters, we know you like to train with weapons that have the same look and feel as the real deal.  You want your training partners to feel their mistake with your stab, but you don't want to puncture their organs.  Rubber trainers usually have too much bend, and wooden trainers tend to splinter with moderate wear and tear.  Aluminum has weight and durability that gives your hand and your brain the feel of training with a metal weapon.

The KIL Weapons Workshop teamed up with metallurgical experts, as well as weapons masters, to create a variety of designs.  All of our KIL Aluminum Trainers are fabricated from aircraft-grade hardened aluminum.  This means our weapons will take your abuse.  They'll bend before they break, leaving no chance that a sharp piece of metal will snap off and fly through the air.  All of the blade edges are smoothed for safety, and the handles are wrapped with heavy-duty utility cord for a secure grip. 

Our KIL Aluminum Trainers are crafted in the USA by US Military Veterans.


Ginunting - KIL Aluminum Trainer

Overall Length: 27"

Blade Length: 20-1/2"

Blade Width: 1-1/2"

Blade Thickness: 1/4"

Weight: 15 oz

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