FMA Training Gear

Discussion in 'Gear Talk!' started by animal_stylez, Nov 26, 2008.

  1. animal_stylez

    animal_stylez New Member

    I'm looking to purchase in the near future some gear, but don't want to purchase one or two things from 5 or 6 different sites. Specifically what I'm looking for is the following:

    *WEKAF Gear
    *Smak Stiks
    *Gear Bags
    *Training Blades (sword and dagger)

    Does anyone have any good recommendations on where I can possibly purchase this stuff in one spot?
  2. I can do all the above for you at a nice price :)

    We don't sell "Smak Sticks" but our own version "The Hataw Stick"

    There's a video of an earlier model being whacked about. We've since upgraded the fabric to ballistic dernier - but not the cost ;)

    Several forumers have already purchased some and kindly written reviews here:

    Here are some other threads showing pics of our training blades:

    Please PM me with specifics and I'll provide you with a full quote / pictures if you also give me your email.

    Best wishes,

  3. The Phalanx

    The Phalanx FMA's Frank Lucas


    You'll find everythiing there...
  4. The Phalanx

    The Phalanx FMA's Frank Lucas

    For gear bags just buy a good one from Ross... It's only a bag anyways...
  5. Thanks for posting those sites TP. Reminds me I have got to get some fencing masks made for next year. A guy recently turned up for training here in the Philippines with a "KIL" T-shirt on and when I asked him about it he said they were the only company he could find that would send items to Turkey.

    However, neither site sells an "Espada y Daga" traing set which is on the OP's list ;)



    You may also want to check out the sponsors of the various sub-forums as there are some other FMA Suppliers on that list too.
  6. animal_stylez

    animal_stylez New Member

    Hey Simon,

    Thanks for the links, it sounds like you have a lot of what I'm looking for. I've seen the Hataw sticks before, but were a bit leary because they bend and was looking for a more realistic but safe alternative. Not that Smak Stiks are the best, I'm just familiar with those and Action Flex. However after the review I think the sound more of what I'm looking for.

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