Balisong Trainer Knife: Ronin Gear Practice Dull Butterfly Balisong Knife

BING

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Dear All,
I would like to know if anyone ever use "Ronin Gear Practice Dull Butterfly Balisong Knife"
How is it? Is it durable? Any comments will be helpful.
Thanks,
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Brian R. VanCise

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I am a little surprised that I have not had a chance to work with one of these. So I cannot help you out. However, I am sure someone will come along and be able to give you some good info.
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Dear All,
I would like to know if anyone ever use "Ronin Gear Practice Dull Butterfly Balisong Knife"
How is it? Is it durable? Any comments will be helpful.
Thanks,
BING

As with all CCC's. its a piece of junk, and isn't worth the money. I owned one and it broke within 2 weeks, and I wasn't even flipping it that hard. If you plan to do any hard flipping, get a BM40T trainer. I have a BM40T and a BM42MC balisong, and, for me anyways, they were good investments that stand up to a lot of abuse.
 

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I made a Typhoon balisong kit with a trainer blade from knifekits.com two years ago and it has been an exceptional knife. It can be a little heavy depending how you embellish it. They are comming out with a new one but it is not in production yet.
 

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