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kobudo student

kobudo student: #4994 of 5116
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Not the best

Traditional Oak Handle Kama



I wasn't as happy with these as I hoped I'd be. I've had them for a while now, maybe a year. When they arrived, I was distubed by how "rattly" they sounded and felt, and ended up heavily taping them near the blade. I worried that one good jerk might send a blade flying but that hasn't happened yet. The blades will bend when dropped, but they are thin enough to easily straighten with your hand. The blades are also very long, giving the kama an unwieldy, off-balance feel when reversing grips.

Overall, it's a useful practice tool, but I'm looking for something to replace it.   
2/20/2014 11:07:09 AM
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