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Customer Question of the Chrome Sais
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i'd asked a question on duel weilding katana or bokken, I had actually gotten the idea from these. I noticed the considerable weight, are they really as heavy as the full size sword?  
by: NightThorn
10/23/2013 9:01:25 AM
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Hi NightThorn. The weight difference between the two will depend greatly on the make of both weapons. If one is solid steel while the other is aluminum there will be a weight difference.

That being said, the major difference in weilding two is the length. The center of gravity for the sai is very close to the hand and can be manipulated more easily with one hand. The sword is "lankier" and trickier to use with one hand. That all being said, it's not impossible, just trickier.
by: okiken108    
10/23/2013 10:46:12 AM
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