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Barong

The Barong (or Barung) machete is a traditional weapon of the Tausug Moro of Sulu and it makes part of the Parang family. It has variable size (30 to 60 cm) and it has origin from Philippines archipelago, particularly from Mindanao and the Sulu Islands.

Blade types

Below we provide an overview of the most popular types of blade profiles, keeping in mind that there are many variants, modifications and combinations of the various profiles, making it sometimes difficult to classify them uniquely.

Fixed blade knife anatomy

After analyzing the most popular blade profiles and grinds, we will now review all the other parts that constitute a fixed blade knife, then dwell on the various types of tang.

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