Roland tests cuts with a ginunting from Negros. We compare it with a talibong/pinuti made by the same pandays in Negros.

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Автор nash18211 ( назад)
sadly traditional Filipino swords are rare this days and in case you can
find some its not well made not like the good old days where they try to
create sword that are tough 

Автор MarkShotokai ( назад)
Hi Guys, you want to buy a sword like that , well , all the black smiths of
the philippines 20 Euro or less I knew Gaje and even Tortal. Tortal uses to
sell his own swords to tourists or practicioners at the price of 180 euro
or more, so he could have always a new one and to earn a lot of money. Once
he exported swords for 1000 euro, but when he came back , an American
master didn' t pay him . Tortal at the end asks always more money for
lessons stages, so the master didn' t pay the swords...

Автор ZERO LINE ( назад)
Ginunting is the Official sword of the Philippine Marines....

Guys where online can we order the Ginunting swords? 

Where can we purchase either of these blades?

Автор tercielo ( назад)
ginunting.... comes from the word gunting which literary means scissors..
thats why its called ginunting because the blade looks like half a

Автор Ron Kosakowski ( назад)
Nice video man! You have a nice collection there. Keep promoting the
ancient culture so it does not die out!

Автор gatorlandkali ( назад)
GM Nene Tortal of Pekiti-Tirsia?

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