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Customer Question of the 10" Studded Competition Kamas
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i was just wondering if anyone ordered these that they were sharpened and durable  
by: brute
2/5/2010 3:03:55 PM
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These kama are generally not razor sharp as they are more for demonstration. That being said, it is still important to be safe when handling them as they are still metallic and by no means rounded. As for durability - these are focused more on lightness and enhancing showmanship rather than being able to take active bunkai or cutting demonstrations. These are more 'tournament' oriented rather than application oriented.
by: okiken108    
2/9/2010 3:54:01 PM
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