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Customer Question of the Natural Square Tonfa
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Size of handle grip.

I just recently bought the 18inch size of this tonfa and I was wondering if I made a mistake. I am about 5'8 and my finger to elbow is about the 18inch length and my main purpose is to use them for sparring but the grip seems small. Are all the grips the same size for all the lengths of the tonfa?  
by: Nick
6/10/2010 7:11:30 PM
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Hi Nick - no the grips generally get a bit larger as you go up in size. The makers of the tonfa try to figure out what general hand size goes along with arm length, but when all is said and done it is still just a guesstimation on their part to accommodate as many customers as possible.

A good tonfa grip should be roughly the same width as your hand. You want the hand to be flush against the top, with the bottom of the hand just grazing where the handle begins to flare out into the 'bottom knob', so to speak.
by: okiken108    
6/11/2010 2:23:20 PM
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