How could we pass up this up? A weekend of drinking, gambling, and swordfighting in Sin City? Oh, hell yes.
ZT will be heading to the first CombatCon at the Tuscany Hotel in Las Vegas, June 24 - 26. We, along with half a dozen other bladesmiths, will have a booth with our blades. We’ll be hanging out with blade combat instructors, Hollywood fight choreographers, and swordsmen of all stripes. We’ll be fighting rapier and doing some test cutting. And we will, if history is any guide, not remember a whole lot of it.
If you’re in the area, swing by and check out our stuff. If you plan on coming, use the promo code “ZOMBIEZRCOMING” when you register and get 10% off the ticket price at http://thecombatcon.com/.Posted by Zombie Tools on May 17 2011
Max takes on a 24 pack of PBR cans with an Apokatana.
No beer was harmed in the making of this video.Posted by Zombie Tools on May 3 2011
Spring has finally broken winter’s miserable back in Montana and the ZT crew is high on fire. We’re rolling out a bunch of new stuff this spring and we’re kicking it off with a new ZT brand tshirt—A Fist Full of Fuck Yeah.
This is a two-color, one-sided design screened onto soft preshrunk spun cotton by our friends at Zoo City Apparel, a Missoula screen printing shop. They’re also helping us out with hoodies. In a couple days we’ll roll out a Zombie Che “Fuck the Revolution” hoodie, and in a few weeks we’ll start introducing several new blade designs.
The new Zombie Tools Vakra with its good pal, the AR-15.
ZT’s winter release of our new blade designs is here, just (barely) in time for the holidays.
Check out our blades page for the lowdown on three new designs: the Apokatana, a light, fast, tactical katana for the bitchkiller on the run; the Vakra, our spin on the classic Nepali Kukri, and the Deuce, the two-handed version of the ZT Phalanx.
We’ll also have a limited release of our new Squid Ax in a week, as well as some news on a design that didn’t quite make the winter release, the ZT Spit, a 4-foot long dealer of death based upon an African spear-sword design.
If you want to give (or get) a ZT weapon for Christmas, order it now. We’ve got one month of blade production before our Christmas shipping cutoff date, and we’re going to be busy. So if you want to make sure that your favorite corpse killer is freshly armed for C-Day, get your order in ASAP.
Keep it tight, killers.Posted by Zombie Tools on Nov 15 2010
“Rinse and Repeat,” an image created by the dynamic duo of Proud Ruin.
October always seems to find the Zombie Tools boys armpit deep in it. This October is no exception, and, in fact, we may be as deep as we’ve ever been. Here’s what we’ve got going on…..
More news to come in the next few weeks. If you’re not signed up for our newsletter, sign up. We’re going to actually start using our email list starting next month. And for the latest news, follow us on Facebook. We’ve been doing a lot more posts on Facebook these days, because we’re busy, and FB is fast and easy.
Thanks for your continuing support, zombie killers. Keep it tight!Posted by Zombie Tools on Oct 21 2010
It’s a throwing spike, a rope dart, and the world’s most deadly letter opener…..it’s the ZT Spike, on sale now.Posted by Zombie Tools on Oct 19 2010
Hide your women and your booze, Seattle. The Zombie Tools crew is coming your way this Halloween weekend for ZomBCon 2010, the first con dedicated to zombie and apocalyptic preparedness culture. The ZomBCon crew have put together an impressive lineup of guests and events, including:
Max Brooks, author of World War Z and the Zombie Survival Guide
Chuck Palahniuk, author of Fight Club
George Romero, the godfather of zombie movies.
Bruce Campbell, who will preside over the screening of a newly restored EVIL DEAD
Roger Ma, author of the Zombie Combat Manual
and Malcolm McDowell, actor in movies that have nothing to do with zombies.
And then there’s us. We’ll be hosting a panel on blades and apocalyptic preparedness, and, if all goes well, engaging in drunken fisticuffs with all the special guests and more. We’ll have a booth with all our blades (including two new unannounced designs) and merch.
Want to hold our tools? Come down to the Seattle Center and get a grip on our bladed goodness.
For more info on ZomBCon, check out the website at: http://www.zombcon.com/Posted by Zombie Tools on Sep 16 2010 Previous Page