Butterfly Knife

« This is a custom-designed balisong, commonly known as a butterfly knife. The defining characteristic of this weapon is the fan-like opening of a freely pivoting blade, allowing rapid deployment or concealment. As a result, butterfly knives are outlawed in many countries. »


The Butterfly Knife (Balisong) of brand JARL (Inspired by video game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) is a very good choice to diversify your collection. This butterfly knife is equipped with a cutting edge stainless steel blade, and a steel handle, which make it a product of excellent quality! A clasp on the handle allows to maintain it for the realization of certain tricks, we advise you to wear protection during your training!


Knife type: Butterfly Knife / Balisong

Skin: Brushed metal | (Painting) 3D printing | (Painting) Thermal Transfer | Laser engraving

Blade: Folding | 420 Stainless steel | Sharp

Handle: Colorful | Steel + ABS


Knife length: 24cm

Blade Length: 11cm

Weight: 200gr


Box: Basic box

Protection: Case – Custom made fabric sheath with belt attach

Maintenance: Micro-Fiber (Coming Soon)


Long before the arrival of the Spaniards in the Philippines, large population centers already developped in Batangas. The province was negotiated with the Chinese since the Yuan Dynasty until the first phase of the Ming Dynasty in the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries. The inhabitants of the province were also negotiated with Japan and India. The Spanish tyranny on the islands was a scandal among the inhabitants. The soldiers raped women and minor girls. They had forbidden Filipino inhabitants to wear clothes like Europeans, for fear they would hide weapons under their clothes. Farmers were forbidden to visit the city center and the government places with their Bolo or machete (wearing a Bolo-machete is a Philippine tradition that goes back centuries before the arrival of the conquistadors, walk out without a machete is a humiliation).

This led to a revolt in the province of Batangas in 1572, when the formidable « Balisong » tagal weapon « Bali (ng) Sung (ay) » was born. named by the neighborhood where they make blades of water buffalo horn (Bubalus bubalis), Kulaban (or blade of buffalo horn used to pick the coconut meat).

The armorer batangueños had the idea to manufacture balisongs following the example of the Castilian fan, the Spanish soldiers did not think that a weapon could be hidden thus. The middle of the fan hides a buffalo horn blade. Later, it will be replaced by a metal blade.

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