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Customer Question of the White Oak Bokken With Scabbard
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Hey guys, 2 questions for you. I have broken 4 staffs (White oak, Red Wood, and 2 oak) with 2 swords (Demo competition swords). The only sword I have not broken was an oak wood sword, and this one Brown oak staff. I'm in line for a new sword, something a bit more fancy than the one I have right now. So... Would this sword do good when it comes into contact with other swords and in competition.. and would this sword be strong enough to last through multiple daily XMA forms. I might usually drop this sword on the ground, so keep that in mind. The ground differs between grass, Floor Matts, and cement. BTW should I just save up to buy a Stronger XMA sword, or would this sword beable to last me?
  
by: Will 86700
7/21/2014 12:27:30 PM
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Hi Dempsey. I think your best bet would be to go with this model: wp-ke-71. The wooden ones that come with a saya (scabbard) tend to be thinner and will break easier.
by: okiken108    
7/21/2014 2:43:53 PM
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