Marines Ginunting https://www.samuraikatanaswordphilippines.com/apps/photos/ Marines Ginunting Marines Ginunting Blade: 20" / Overall: 26.50", Perfect for close quarter attacks, the Ginuntings are shaped like a beak as the tip of these swords are curved downward, similar to Kukris of the Gurkhas. Ginuntings are the official swords of the Philippine Marines. The Ginunting is easier to use as a utility tool, as jungle bolos, for clearing brush, slaughter tools for hunting, chopping small pieces of wood for fire and a perfect weapon to carry. It is common to see a Ginunting along with M16s and the other firearms used for war in the jungles of the Philippines. Information Source: http://www.marcialtirada.net/filipino_weapons https://www.samuraikatanaswordphilippines.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=196315322 196315322 Marines Ginunting Blade: 20" / Overall: 26.50", Perfect for close quarter attacks, the Ginuntings are shaped like a beak as the tip of these swords are curved downward, similar to Kukris of the Gurkhas. Ginuntings are the official swords of the Philippine Marines. The Ginunting is easier to use as a utility tool, as jungle bolos, for clearing brush, slaughter tools for hunting, chopping small pieces of wood for fire and a perfect weapon to carry. It is common to see a Ginunting along with M16s and the other firearms used for war in the jungles of the Philippines. Information Source: http://www.marcialtirada.net/filipino_weapons https://www.samuraikatanaswordphilippines.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=196315323 196315323