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Dragon Head Functional Katana



This katana is a beaeutiful display piece. Because it's not sharpened, I display it in my workplace. People comment on it a lot. This is not, however, what I consider to be a practical blade.  
12/2/2006 1:11:48 PM
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medium-heavy, highly tapered, feels sturdy

Canadian Ash Competition Bo



It's a bit heavier than the feather-light one I'd used before, but the exact same size and shape. 6' and highly tapered at the ends. I like the bit of extra heft, but this is by no means the heaviest bo I've ever held. This is not one of those thick inch-and-a-half clubs that you could really do damage with; it's a lightweight bo for twirling in demonstrations. (Which, happily, is what I use it for.) My last bo broke about 8 inches in from the end. Upon closer examination there was a knot in the wood that severely weakened it. This one appears to have no such defect.  
3/5/2006 3:24:06 PM
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