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how flexible?
Foam Kamas



the blades on these are tagged as flexible, but how flexible? enough to just soften a blow? or will these things be so flexible that they would be impractical to use in weapons sparring?   
11/22/2010 10:21:05 PM
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foam kama
Elite Practice Kama



I am looking for a foam kama that is firm enough to be used in sparring. I am worried that some of the foam kama i see around is too pliable to actually be used effectively when blocking or trying to use the blade of the kama to push or pull a bo staff for example away, can anyone help me?   
11/22/2010 12:09:17 AM
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