Pingga / Bangkaw
Includes the use of any weapon that requires two hands for control, including long sticks of various lengths such as spears, swords, even rifles and bayonets.
Tabak - Toyok
Commonly known as a "chako", the tabak-tayok is flail-type weapon that is composed of two short stick segments (usually made out of wood) connected together at the tips by a chain. It is very similar to the Okinawan nunchaku but compared to the Okinawan equivalent, the tabak-toyok has a longer chain and shorter sticks.
RRKI students are trained to use anything on hand as a tools for defense and fighting such as flexible weapons like a Sarong, Panyo ( Handkerchief), Lubid (Rope), Bato (Rock), books, Shirts, etc.