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SWORDS OF THE PHILIPPINES

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  • Kris #1, #2, #3, #4
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  • Espada y Daga
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    The Espada Y Daga (Sword & Knife) is a system or a technique that was developed and perfected in the Philippines. The focus of this method of fighting is to be able to go in and out of long, middle and close ranges to trap up the enemy and kill. Though, it is a fighting method indigenous to the Philippines, one of the inspirations for it's evolution is said to be European fencing, mostly Spanish; as you can see by the Spanish name of "Espada Y Daga!" One of the few long lasting cultural and martial influences the Spanish conquistadors left with the Filipinos was the Spanish names to some of the techniques and the names of the fighting systems popularly known as Arnis or Eskrima (sometimes spelled Escrima ). The Filipinos imitated the Spanish version of Espada Y Daga and soon found the weaknesses working a way to make the offensive moves complicated so Spaniards could not counter it.

    To be able to coordinate such skills with a sword and knife together consisted of many hours of training  drills for the development of the proper reflexes and good flow in using two weapons for parrying, checking, scooping, thrusting and slashing. Included in this training was the incorporation of geometrical footwork, body angling for evasiveness to be able to close in and attack without being killed. Various locking, and takedowns from Dumog are normally added once a student has demonstrated good fighting skills. Both the Espada and the Daga (sometimes spelled "dagga) are employed at the same time with beautiful looking weave like movements are very deceiving and quick to finish the job!

    Sword Blade Length: 20" - Sword Overall Length: 26"
    Daga Blade Length: 10.50 " - Daga Overall Length: 14.25" COMING BACK SOON

    Certification of Traditional Filipino Blade Authenticity :
    "The blades ( Bolos) of different design distributed by Traditional Filipino Weapons, are genuinely designed as purely combat blades made by experts from Bontoc Province in the Far north of Luzon whose family belongs to one of the 8th tribes existing in the Cordilleras today. The design are expertly patterned in the traditional archives of Bolos stored into the natives blade making system now open for the first time by the Forondo families with the purpose to present the Blade culture of the Filipinos as real including the Fighting system of Pekiti-Tirsia inseparably works together in the field of real combat."
    I highly recommend you subscribe to the original Filipino bolos for reality and long lasting memory."

    Grand Tuhon Leo T. Gaje, Jr
    Pekiti-Tirsia Supreme Grandmaster

    Bocolad, Philippines



    "These are definitely the best quality blades that I have seen on the market today. These blade makers in the Philippines do excellent work. I will definitely let people know about these weapons."
    Guro Dan Inosanto

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