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Rinrishunken

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Gracefully Delicate

Wooden Tai Chi Sword



Not only does the sword look good, but it is solid. I can't see anything happening to it through standard practice. I would not strike another weapon with it, due to its thin blade, but that isn't an issue since its a tai chi sword. It should never more than glance another weapon anyway. This is a graceful weapon, not a basher.  
6/24/2005 8:43:44 PM
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Nice Belts.

Karate Rank Belts



I have ordered both yellow and orage belts, and they work perfectly. I intend to order blue belts as soon as my classmates and I are ready to advance. They don't fall apart, and are quite comfortable once worn in.  
6/3/2004 12:12:30 AM
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Treat them kind, they'll do the same.

Three 7-1/4 in. Black Throwing Knives w/ Sheath



I prefer using bigger throwing knives, like Hibbins, but if you like toothpick knives, these are the way to go. The tip has broken off of one knife, but I sharpened it with a file and it works perfectly. The case features a belt loop for easy access. Decent knives, as long as you don't wing them at a cement wall.  
6/3/2004 12:03:08 AM
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Its a good bag.

Throwing Star Carrying Case



I hold 6 throwing stars and 3 fish darts in my carrying case, and it has not shown a single sign of wear and tear. It also has a belt loop on the other side, for easy access. An affordable, conveniant way to keep your throwing weapons handy.  
6/3/2004 12:00:47 AM
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Fun and Solid

Ninja Spike Set



Fun to use, and of solid build. The point has broken off of one of them, but it is still useable. The handy wrist holster is nice as well. I enjoy using these bo shuriken on an almost daily basis.  
6/2/2004 11:58:50 PM
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Get the 4 Points.

Metal Star



I purchased three 4 point stars and three moon stars. The moon stars are good if you want the star to bounce off your target, because they do not stick well. The 4 points stick in, if that's what you're looking for. However, the steel is difficult to sharpen, and they come unsharpened. These shuriken are also very thick, and would not be desireable to use against anything other than a flat piece of target board. I would suggest buying the 4 points, if anything.  
6/2/2004 11:54:55 PM
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Not for practice, but looks decent.

Deluxe Colored Dragon Samurai Sword w/ Mini-Tanto



This sword is not meant for practice. With use, the blade comes loose of the handle. This happens within a few good strikes with the sword. It is a good showpiece, when sheated.  
6/2/2004 11:46:30 PM
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Decent, and good looking.

Carved Dragon Ball Bearing Nunchakus



These nunchaku are very loud, but feel good in your hands. The weight is decent. The little colored stickers come off with use, but the design is still attractive. Useful, but I prefer chorded nunchaku.  
6/2/2004 11:40:29 PM
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Great for Solo Practice

Wooden Kama



I've had these for about 6 months and I see no change in the construction of my kamas. The blade has not come loose at all. They are great for practice. However, I would not use them in practice against another weapon in fear of breaking the blade off.  
6/2/2004 11:36:15 PM
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Wears Down with Use

Bamboo Dragon Fighting Fans



This is a decent fan for practice, but I would not use it in a real combat situation for fear of it breaking. The bamboo is held by a tiny peg that feels like it may pop open after extended use. It is also much lighter than an actual fighting fan. The nylon fabric comes loose after a while as well. Overall good, but you'll be buying another one in a half year.  
6/2/2004 11:33:09 PM
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Its a wooden knife, enough said.

Hardwood Tanto



I haven't broken any hardwood tantos yet, and don't expect too. Heavy contact with a knife doesn't occur often. The finish wears of if you scrape them up, but I don't mind. The hardwood tanto is not sharp, and only has a slight point, so it is perfect for knife training. It feels good in your hand as well.  
6/2/2004 11:25:27 PM
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Good when modified.

Hardwood Bokken - Shoto



I bought a shoto as the other half in my bokken daisho, and I have used others that my friends have bought. The actual body of the shoto is solid, and none have broken yet. However, none of the tsubas fit correctly on to the sword. They wobble around, but with a little electrical tape, they work fine.  
6/2/2004 11:22:20 PM
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Heavy Hitter

Bokken



This bokken is light in comparison to something like Japanese White Oak, so its not desirable for strength training. However, it can take a lot of abuse. A group of my friends and I have all bought this bokken (about 7 total). We spar with them, and many strikes are full force. Only one bokken has cracked when its owner struck a tree numerous times at full force. A very reliable practice weapon.  
6/2/2004 11:18:48 PM
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