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Customer Review of the Aluminum BroadSword
$69.95
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$59.95

This thing sucks

This sword sucks for any sort of Wushu practice
1) the blade is NOT flexible
2) it's too heavy
3) the lame cheap sash falls off after 5 minutes. The only good thing is the length of the blade is just about right. So if you practice with this sword then switch to your competition blade you'll notice a significant increase in speed.  
by: Tofu
11/12/2006 1:35:54 AM
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this sword was not designed for wushu you do know that correct you need a wushu steel sword to do wushu
by: Mr. Feierstein
11/23/2010 11:57:01 PM
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Ya how can you trash a sword not even meant for what you want.
by: Soo-bahk-do-FTW
6/22/2011 1:42:52 PM
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this is kong fu not wushu
by: snake2001
8/21/2012 12:56:38 PM
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If an aluminum sword is to heave for you, you better start eating your wheaties Considering aluminum is one of the lightest materials out there I don't think you have held many swords then as they are much heavier than his aluminum practice sword Also one more thing Short of a cola or a beer can aluminum is not made to be flexible. I'm detecting a bit of buyer's remorse. To no fault of the Dao.
If you want to practice Wushu, perhaps you should buy a Wushu flexible thinner sword & not a Dao. You wouldn't cut your steak with a butter knife would you? Oh wait a minute considering your screen name is Tofu I doubt you cut any steak at all!
Just my 2¢
Jumpa
by: Jumpa
4/30/2013 10:21:56 AM
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