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A pleasure to be sure!

Straight Hardwood Bo



Long ago I purchased an ash wood staff, and to my disappointment, it became tragically warped, forming what I called the "smiley" part of a smiley face. However, this bo is far from the 'smiley staff', but instead, is a sturdy, abuse-accepting rod of red oak. It's weight is far more significant than my old, now broken, bo, and that is a boon in my eyes. I prefer something with some weight, as it helps improve my speed, strength, and stamina. Thankfully the finish is not overly glossy, or oily in feel, and the wood has been sanded to an almost marble-like smoothness, thus alleviating any fears of porcupine hands due to splinters.

A wonderful bo in many respects.  
4/22/2010 4:00:17 PM
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Not quite what they said.

Wooden Kung Fu BroadSword



To begin with, this practice sword, or at least the one I received, was not made of walnut, but red oak. Furthermore, when I received it, the handguard was cracked down the center, and broke off in two pieces. Not exactly a $25, quality piece of material. However, I find that that's the issue with these dao wooden swords. They are susceptible to coming apart. I have owned two other practice swords, like this, and they were heavier, more sturdy, and solid. Most likely made of a different wood. This version is too light, too fragile, and apparently, comes in pieces.  
4/22/2010 3:49:47 PM
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