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Mokuju Bayonet Trainer 65.3" (166cm)
Price: $68.00

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Our Mokuju is made in a traditional design, and will stand up to whatever level you train at. This is the 65.3" version.

History of the Mokuju

"The bayonet was in general military use in Europe in the 1660s and remains part of the rifle weapons system in most modern armies. The systemization of combat with the bayonet reached a height in the period 1850 through 1914 in Europe and North America. The European bayonet was incorporated in the modernizing armies of Japan and China in the late 1800s and early 1900s, making this weapon a unique example in the development of Asian martial arts. Bayonet fencing as a form of competition was closely associated with classical fencing, and remained, at least in theory, a competitive sport into the 1930s in Europe. The techniques and training for bayonet combat in World War II and subsequently were generally simplified, eliminating most of the complex techniques that could not be quickly taught to soldiers. After World War II bayonet fencing emerged again in a sporting context in Japan as Jūkendō."

Source: americanjukenjutsu.org
Mokuju Bayonet Trainer 53" (135cm)
Price: $60.00

Our Mokuju is made in a traditional design, and will stand up to whatever level you train at. This is the 53" version.

History of the Mokuju

"The bayonet was in general military use in Europe in the 1660s and remains part of the rifle weapons system in most modern armies. The systemization of combat with the bayonet reached a height in the period 1850 through 1914 in Europe and North America. The European bayonet was incorporated in the modernizing armies of Japan and China in the late 1800s and early 1900s, making this weapon a unique example in the development of Asian martial arts. Bayonet fencing as a form of competition was closely associated with classical fencing, and remained, at least in theory, a competitive sport into the 1930s in Europe. The techniques and training for bayonet combat in World War II and subsequently were generally simplified, eliminating most of the complex techniques that could not be quickly taught to soldiers. After World War II bayonet fencing emerged again in a sporting context in Japan as Jūkendō."

Source: americanjukenjutsu.org
Ceremonial Mokuju for Award Presentation
Price: $49.00

This Ceremonial Presentation Bayonet measure in at 45.5".

Includes custom engraving of a small logo on the stock and text along the length of the barrel.

The blunt is made from wood instead of rubber and hand polished for a quality look.


History of the Mokuju

"The bayonet was in general military use in Europe in the 1660s and remains part of the rifle weapons system in most modern armies. The systemization of combat with the bayonet reached a height in the period 1850 through 1914 in Europe and North America. The European bayonet was incorporated in the modernizing armies of Japan and China in the late 1800s and early 1900s, making this weapon a unique example in the development of Asian martial arts. Bayonet fencing as a form of competition was closely associated with classical fencing, and remained, at least in theory, a competitive sport into the 1930s in Europe. The techniques and training for bayonet combat in World War II and subsequently were generally simplified, eliminating most of the complex techniques that could not be quickly taught to soldiers. After World War II bayonet fencing emerged again in a sporting context in Japan as Jūkendō."

Source: americanjukenjutsu.org
Mokuju Bayonet Trainer 45.5" (116cm)
Price: $49.00

Our Mokuju is made in a traditional design, and will stand up to whatever level you train at. This is the 45.5" version.

History of the Mokuju

"The bayonet was in general military use in Europe in the 1660s and remains part of the rifle weapons system in most modern armies. The systemization of combat with the bayonet reached a height in the period 1850 through 1914 in Europe and North America. The European bayonet was incorporated in the modernizing armies of Japan and China in the late 1800s and early 1900s, making this weapon a unique example in the development of Asian martial arts. Bayonet fencing as a form of competition was closely associated with classical fencing, and remained, at least in theory, a competitive sport into the 1930s in Europe. The techniques and training for bayonet combat in World War II and subsequently were generally simplified, eliminating most of the complex techniques that could not be quickly taught to soldiers. After World War II bayonet fencing emerged again in a sporting context in Japan as Jūkendō."

Source: americanjukenjutsu.org
USMC Mokuju Bayonet Trainer 45.5" (116cm)
Price: $49.00

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Bayonet Trainer used by the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP) USMC or MACE brand is optional on the stock.

Our Mokuju is made in a traditional design, and will stand up to whatever level you train at. This is the 45.5" version.

History of the Mokuju

"The bayonet was in general military use in Europe in the 1660s and remains part of the rifle weapons system in most modern armies. The systemization of combat with the bayonet reached a height in the period 1850 through 1914 in Europe and North America. The European bayonet was incorporated in the modernizing armies of Japan and China in the late 1800s and early 1900s, making this weapon a unique example in the development of Asian martial arts. Bayonet fencing as a form of competition was closely associated with classical fencing, and remained, at least in theory, a competitive sport into the 1930s in Europe. The techniques and training for bayonet combat in World War II and subsequently were generally simplified, eliminating most of the complex techniques that could not be quickly taught to soldiers. After World War II bayonet fencing emerged again in a sporting context in Japan as Jūkendō."

Source: americanjukenjutsu.org
Round Tan Rubber Blunt - One
Price: $9.99

A single round tan rubber blunt. A product of Purpleheart Armoury.

This blunt has a 1" socket. Compatible with a variety of products.

Spreads out the impact of some force.