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Well, it’s a shame that I’ve learned that Quest’s All-Strike striking tool has been discontinued.
The truth is, in concept, it’s a great idea. The ability to train by striking a model of the human head does provide a host of valuable benefits, including my favorite – targeting the horseshoe (the temple down the front of the ear extending through the jaw to the chin on both sides of the head).
While the concept might get 5/5 stars, the actual implementation and production rate more around 3/5 stars, but the All-Strike is a valuable training tool. If you can find excess inventory somewhere, I’d be a buyer if I were you. Durability is an issue, but utilizing the All-Strike in the proper “lane” creates solid opportunities in training. In the video below, I’ve gone through a quick review. Check it out!
Have you tried impacthead.net it looks like a similar realistic design but the handle is accessed through the back of the head instead of the neck/spine area
https://revgear.com/allstrike-2/ NEED I SAY MORE!!
These are actually back in stock under a different brand.
Revgear Allstrike 2. It appears to be exactly the same product, but it’s hard to tell whether the Allstrike2 is built more robustly than the original Allstrike.
RevGear still sells it… good luck!!!