Double and Single Finger Knucks from Afrankart

I recently came across these Single Finger Knucks (SFK) and Double Finger Knucks (DFK) that are made by Afrankart. At first, I was struck with how unique they look – they have a very distinctive style. However, it is also very apparent that these knuckles are very functional.

Double Finger Knucks

Single Finger Knucks

The knuckles were obviously made for striking. They are .625″ thick which is quite thick compared to many knuckles on the market. Thicker knuckles transmit impact over a larger area of your hand which means they hurt less and have less potential to injure the user. Great care has been taken to round all the edges to increase comfort and there appears to be plenty of material behind the finger hole to support the finger during a strike. The striking surface of these knucks is tapered so they concentrate the force of the strike.

The DFKs are available with 2 different striking surface configurations: pointed and rounded. The pointed version looks brutal. The SFK is available with the rounded striking surface only.

These can be made from several different materials and finishes. Aluminum and brass are available with a machine finish or bead blasted. G-10 is available as a more discreet, non-metallic option. Andy tells me that these will be available in Carbon Fiber soon.

The finger holes measure .950″ which should comfortably fit up to a size 13 ring finger. That should be large enough for most users.

If you are interested in purchasing a set of these reasonably priced knucks, contact Afrakart via email at

If you want to learn more about the effective use of tools like this, I highly recommend reading and attending training conducted by Modern Combative Systems.

Familiarize yourself with the legality of such tools in your area before purchasing.

4 Responses to Double and Single Finger Knucks from Afrankart

  1. Dave March 7, 2011 at 08:37 #

    Is there any other contact info for Afrakart? I’m not getting a response from his email address.

  2. Dave March 9, 2011 at 19:19 #

    Thanks Matt. But for some reason my USN will not let me access that thread and I don’t know why and can’t get a response from them.

  3. Dave March 9, 2011 at 19:39 #

    Found him on Jerzeedevil forum. Hope I hear from him. Thanks again Matt.

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