Cold Steel 91K Koga SD1 Self-Defense Tool 7-1/2" Overall


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Part #: CS91K | Cold Steel Knives
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CS91K: 91K Koga SD1
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Bob Koga began his martial arts career at an early age beginning with Judo at 12 and moving on to wrestling in high school. After graduation Bob joined the Air Force and, while stationed in Japan, he resumed his Judo training as well as studying Jiu Jitsu, Jo-do and Aikido. After finishing his stint in the Air Force, Bob moved to Los Angeles where he joined the LAPD and served with great distinction for 25 years. During his tenure with the LAPD, Bob became widely recognized as an outspoken proponent of the straight baton as opposed to the PR24® or side handle baton (currently popular in departments across the land).

Made of virtually unbreakable plastic, the SD can increase the ability of the average person to defend himself several times over. With proper training, it can function as a fantastic aid in leverage when obtaining joint locks or submission holds. But where it really shines is as an intermediate impact tool. You see, police and civilians alike face a perplexing dilemma when contemplating employing fist or baton blows. Blows struck with the fist may be too weak, or worse, result in a broken hand, while blows struck with a baton may be too powerful resulting in grave injury or even death. The SD however, solves this problem, neatly bridging the gap by concentrating and magnifying the effect of hand blows while minimizing the likelihood of permanent injury or death. If you're looking to expand your continuum of force options in a self-defense situation, we heartily suggest you buy a Koga SD.
  • Item Number: 91K
  • Name: Koga SD1
  • Weight: 4.1 oz
  • Overall Length: 7-1/2"
  • Thickness: 1-1/5"
  • Made in Taiwan

UPC Code: 705442005124

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Western NC
Jan 20, 2014
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Cons: None
small club
Feels very solid - I wouldn't want to get hit by it. Great, probably legal backup weapon that doesn't look intimidating but could do some damage. The grooves fit nicely into a fist, allowing an inch or two of the baton to extend from each side of the hand. That extension works great for trapping hand skills in Chinese martial arts. As a plus, it's also good for pressure point massage after a workout.
5 out of 5
Puerto Rico
Nov 26, 2013
Pros: Weight, Balance, Construction, Materials
Cons: None
Exellent self defense tool
Well made looks like a furniture leg to people that do not know the use of self defense .
5 out of 5
suburban detroit
Apr 14, 2013
Pros: Weight, Balance, Construction, Materials
Cons: None
nice little non-lethal self defense item, can't go wrong with a cold steel product, great price, excellent quality
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