Dummies Unlimited

CUFF MAN

Cuff-Man is a uniquely designed training dummy that is ideal for teaching proper arrest and control techniques without the typical injury that is associated with this type of training.

Cuff Man is a human featured training dummy with flexible joint action in his wrists, elbows, shoulders, knees and hips. Locking elbows allow you to perform a variety of arm-bar techniques as well.

His hands and fingers are made from a flexible yet durable poly-urethane compound for a realistic feel while cuffing and can tolerate thousands of cuffing scenarios.

He possesses an extended chin for realistic grappling techniques while ground fighting.

With these features in mind – consider the concept! Velcro loop is sewn into his heavy duty Cordura suit, both front and back, and a slender back board is wrapped with Velcro hook. With the back-board installed in a provided free-standing mount, Cuff-Man is able to stand on his own at any height desired. Once standing, arrest and control techniques can be performed on Cuff-Man from both front and rear. Just like any resisting suspect, added force is required to pull Cuff-Man to the ground without any hindrances or obstacles.

To see Cuff Man in action go to www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Qnto0e8zCU

GRAPPLE MAN

Grapple Man is a life-size training dummy designed specifically to improve ground fighting and grappling techniques. He has been designed as a

simulated human figure with realistic arms, legs, head and torso. His human like appearance is unlike any other grappling dummy.

Grapple Man is made of a unique polyurethane compound molded over urethane foam. His skin has the feel and resiliency of human flesh.

Grapple Man’s joints are held together with steel cables that can hold 4,100 lbs of strength. His joints articulate in a manner similar to that of a real person. He is 6 foot in length and weighs in at 55 lbs.

Designed in this manner, Grapple Man is an ideal training partner for various disciplines of Ju Jitsu, Martial Arts and Ultimate Fighting.

To see Grapple Man in action go to www.youtube.com/watch?v=AztTpM700ME