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Customer Review of the Straight Hardwood Bo
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Solid Staff

This is my first bo staff. I have been using it for training for about 2 weeks now.
I am 6'4" and I was in need of a solid sturdy red oak staff that would be able to tolerate everyday use as well as suporting me as I learn my katas. Well this staff is so far been very good in all areas. I found it to be a solid and heavy staff I estimate weighing in at about 2.5 lbs. this is a desirable trait to me as I use my staff as a strengthening tool as well as a weapon and forms tool. I have noticed recently that my staff has begun to develop a few additional splits in the wood grain but as of this writing they have not posed an issue. I would suggest that this staff is not necessarily the best choice for practioners who are of a smaller body or lighter build they may find it a bit unwieldly or overly heavy. But for you bigger folks with a bit stronger upper bodies I would recommend this staff. I am new to this but I believe based upon the recommendation of my sifou that this is a very good tool. He was pleased with it when he saw it as well.  
by: CraigV
5/1/2010 12:04:20 AM
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