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    The Panabas is a chopping weapon favored by the Moro tribes of Mindanao, which soon gained its place as a weapon of war similar to the western battle axe and with just as deadly results! This interesting 19th century Moro sword is an unusual and very hard to find weapon these days.  The Panabas is not only used as a weapon but It is also believed that the Panabas has traditionally been used as an agricultural tool as well. The Panabas can range in size from 2 to 4 feet; this particular one is 34 inches long. This single-edged sword, which takes on the appearance looking like a long handled Kukri, can deliver a dreadfully deep meat cleaver like cut. Due to its clean cutting capabilities it was also sometimes used as an execution weapon.  It is said that the warriors wielding the Panabas would follow the main group of warriors up front and would immediately without discussion or attention to formalities, go in mopping up any survivors of the first wave of attack. It can be used by holding it with one hand or two hands. Either way, in combat this particular sword can cut anything it comes in contact with right in half!

     The Panabas hilts were often wrapped in rattan bindings or had metal collars.  The one in the picture below is decorated in both wrappings so it is one solid sword from the tip right to the end of the handle.

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    Bocolad, Philippines



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