City fight with Kama and other deadly weapons! Watch the video to see and test some of the latest items on

This week for Weapons Wednesday, we tested and checked some of our latest items on, including this Urban Combat Kama. Watch the video and see all these exciting new items.

As we did in previous videos, I asked Amanda to find some of our latest items and pack them so I have no idea what they are before I check them out. And as always, I’m happy to give an honest review, where I’m looking for the negatives and positives of each item. And for some items, we’ve even tested them to see how well they’re doing.

The first box I opened contained Twisted Hand-Forged Karambit. This carambite differs from many of our other knives in that it is forged from a single piece of carbon steel that has been beaten and twisted into a truly unique blade. What I like most about this knife is that because it is handmade, each one is unique and it is more a work of art than a standard knife that you would buy.

The second weapon I reviewed was a hand-carved defense stick. Like carambite, this stick is handmade and hand-painted, which means that each stick will be unique. I really like that it’s just a standard wooden stick that has the features that make it useful as a self-defense tool. It is made of light eucalyptus wood, which makes it ideal for people who are older and prefer a lighter stick.

The third item I unpacked was the Personal Alarm wristwatch. We sell a number of personal alarms at, but this one is unique because it looks exactly like a wristwatch. It is equipped with a digital display that is visible in the dark and has a very loud personal alarm that can be triggered by switching the switch.

The fourth weapon I tested was an indestructible plastic samurai sword. It really seemed like the perfect item to test because of its name. Although labeled “Indestructible”, it is not really unbreakable, but it is made of very durable polypropylene, which can withstand many abuses. Because of its name, I decided to really test it and see if we could break it.

The fifth item we reviewed was Ninja Tripwire Alarms. These small perimeter alarms are ideal for mooring between trees to alert you to intruders. There are many uses for these alarms, including playing pranks on your coworkers. Watch the video and see how we test it.

The last weapon we looked at was the Urban Combat Kama. While it may not be the best kama for tournaments and kata, it is perfectly designed as a combat weapon. It features a curved handle with finger grips and thumb notches, making it ideal for slicing. Check out our full review in this week’s video.

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