SHUKI III S18

An Effective and Versatile Edged Tool.

Let it be your guide!

The patented design was conceived by Shuki Drai, a dedicated knife practitioner and self-defense instructor. The S18 Shuki III Knife is a unique multipurpose tool providing a multitude of superior tactical and functional advantages.

This superbly formed instrument is intended for soldiers, law enforcement officers, security personnel and private individuals for self-defense and survival. The design features allow you to perform many functions with exceptional leverage and effect. The curve of the blade is optimized for maximum sustained contact and cutting and also weighted and sharp enough to chop wood.

The multiple thumb rises and guard peaks can be used to strike, pressure, or disarm. They also provide superior protection, retention, grip options and different finger placement points for powerful or fine precision cutting. The extensive top and bottom teeth allow for gripping, trapping, hooking, and joint manipulation. The handle is shaped with finger grooves and spaced sections of teeth for an exceptionally secure grip. The bow of the spine forms a tight anatomical fit for superior hooking and passing. The heel has a retention strap capability and is also designed for striking and controlling.

Thickness: 3/16″
Colors Available: Black Handle on Matte Black Blade | Coyote Handle on Stone Wash Blade
Handle Specifications: G 10 5.6mm
Blade Material: Stainless Steel
Blade Size: 6.5″
Overall Length: 12.5″
Tactical Holster Material: 600 D Polyester

The S18 SHUKI III Knife will be one of your most reliable, useful and appreciated possessions for many years.

Shuki Drai standing in front of bridge

Shuki Drai is a multifaceted defensive tactics, safety, and security specialist with more than 26 years of experience. His journey into the world of defense and protection began with his service in the Israel Defense Force (IDF) where he served in many capacities including Army Trooper and continued as he pursued training in the martial arts. Recognizing that each form of martial arts added to his skill set, he trained and has advanced to the level of the Black Belt in multiple disciplines.

His experience and training in the martial arts allowed him to identify the need for specialized tools for those engaged in defensive and protective tactical operations. By applying his knowledge and creativity, he has designed and produced three specialized tools used worldwide by law enforcement, security, and defensive tactics practitioners. The unique features of his tools have resulted in the issuance of patents from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

By blending his knowledge of various martial arts, he created the Mixed Defensive Tactics/Street Combat training program. He has provided training to local law enforcement, law enforcement training centers, state and federal agencies, and Fortune 500 companies. In recognition of his contributions to the martial arts, his peers recently honored him as an inductee into the International Martial Arts Hall of Fame in London, the Action Martial Arts Hall of Honors as Esteemed Martial Artist, World Head of Sokeship Council Martial Arts Hall of Fame as Tactical Senior Instructor of the Year, and the Sports Award WOMA Special Office for Martial Arts.

Shuki Drai, using basic principles of physics and anatomy, has combined common geometric shapes to make the S18 Shuki III Knife the next step in the advancement of tactics, techniques, and capabilities in a knife.

Historically, knives were humankind’s first and most effective survival tool and crucial to the advancement of civilization and technology. Today, in our complex modern world, this superbly designed knife can be the key to your success in any number of high-threat scenarios.

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 by G Gomez on Mixed Defensive Tactics

Working in law enforcement for over 20 years, this is a must have for your gear. It can break a window easily and cut a seatbelt with ease. This needs to be in every car on the road and not just for police cars. It is a practical, light weight tool that can defend you if needed. A tool like this needs to be kept close.



“It is best to be prepared than swift afterwards”

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 by G Gomez on Mixed Defensive Tactics

Working in law enforcement for over 20 years, this is a must have for your gear. It can break a window easily and cut a seatbelt with ease. This needs to be in every car on the road and not just for police cars. It is a practical, light weight tool that can defend you if needed. A tool like this needs to be kept close.



“It is best to be prepared than swift afterwards”

 by Ray Melcon on Mixed Defensive Tactics

I’m a retired Police Commander with over 40 years of experience in all things tactical. I spent 20 of those years in our prestigious Miami Dade Special Response Team. I thought there was not much left to learn until I had the privilege of training with Sensei Shuki Drai. His approach to using tools to force multiply hand to hand skills is unprecedented. His S.R.T. is a compact, streamlined and ingenious device that offers multiple life saving benefits. It is non-lethal but quite effective at both controlling an adversary or getting you out of dangerous spot. It is a warriors modern day “Swiss Army Knife”. The S.R.T. ultimately allows a user to develop skills that seamlessly translate to unarmed and armed combat yet can easily be concealed and carried on a daily basis. I don’t go anywhere without it.

 by Moti Horenstein on Mixed Defensive Tactics

I am martial artist all my life love this Tool For all the reason that’s it’s stand for as Survival Tool

And then some more 🙂

Going any ware with it any ware

So manny of my student get it all over the world!

 by Carlos Suarez on Mixed Defensive Tactics

The S.R.T is one amazing and very practical tool, the way is design makes easier to carried around, its multiple uses makes very unique.

Defiantly an equalizer for many situations.

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