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Customer Question of the Red Oak Tapered Bo
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Difference between tapered and non tapered?

I am looking to purchase a red oak bo staff such as this one but I was wondering what the difference is between the tpered bo and the non tapered bo. A little help please?  
by: Vanessa
3/16/2011 2:55:27 AM
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Hey Vanessa. We've created a video that might help answer your question - http://www.karatedepot.com/video-4-How-to-Size-and-Select-a-Bo.html. Check it out!

In general, the tapered bo have a more centralized pivot point which allows them to spin a little easier. However the tradeoff of less material on the end makes for a bo that is a bit more susceptible to breaking as well as a slight loss in centrifugal power.
by: okiken108    
3/16/2011 12:36:23 PM
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