If you want to know what to do when someone comes charging at you with a knife, you've come to the right place.
The Kpinga was used by Nubian soldiers to exact incredible damage.
Congolese executioners would use the ngombe ngulu back in the days when people still practiced human sacrifice.
This Congolese weapon exists somewhere between a throwing ax, a meat cleaver and a scythe. We're torn between desperately wanting to give it a toss and also wanting to stand as far away from the thing as possible.
The old owner was willing to part with the knife for less than a dollar, but Jun here got the last laugh.
Miller Knives turns the fictional weapon — designed to slice, stab and block — into a magical reality.
"Especially useful for decapitation" sure is one hell of a way to describe this thing.
Ryky Tran usually grabs a trusty, boring old brick to dull his knives so that he can then demonstrate sharpening techniques and methods. This time around, however, he wanted to find out if he could use the thing to *sharpen* a knife instead.
The inventor of Ba Gua Zhang, a form of martial arts most associated with this weapon, used Deer Horn Knives for self-protection after he became the tax collector for the emperor.