Have a dubious history and some people even claim they haven’t been around that long at all. Some accounts go quite far back but really only in the Qing Dynasty. They are almost certainly not a military weapon and solely for personal use. They are mostly used by the Northern Chinese Martial Arts schools like Shaolin Temple Kung Fu and Seven Star Praying Mantis Kung Fu, but apparently Choy Li Fut uses them too.
The Tiger Hook Swords look amazing and very different other weapons. They are the cross between a walking stick, a sword and sun and moon knives or Deer Horn Knives. All of the techniques of these weapons can be used with the Tiger Hook Swords but obviously are limited for various reasons.
The swords feature a hook on the end and sword blade a grip protected by a moon shape guard and a spike on the end of the handle. The techniques that can be learnt are limitless, you’ll love training with these and learning the forms.
“The forms for these Tiger Hook Swords look great, be careful with the bottom spike as it can get caught a lot on your wrists. Try to do some partner work and there are so many techniques hidden away in the forms.”
Doug Swift – Owner of Enso Martial Arts Shop
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