Discussion in 'Weapons' started by User_Name, May 24, 2015.
Yes. That is a old secret martial art for scaling castle walls
and poking out the eyes of Chinese giants and enormous squids, of course.
Or giving them a large toothpick to get stuck in their mouth so they wont eat you
Ok fellas, it was an honest mistake, theres no need to harp on about it.
At least I gave some productive info, instead of harping on about weather a bo is a staff or not
Irs all good....having a little fun
Yeah, I'm cool was having a bad day. My apologies
Yeeh, because the average height of a Japanese person in medieval Japan was 6 feet...
I disagree. Weapons are a personal thing and greatly depend on the school and style. Asking a random martial arts supplier what your friend would like is like asking a car salesman what kind of car your friend would like.
Unless you can talk with his sensei or know what he would like in detail (because he once spoke about it), it would be better to come up with a different idea.
Any of my friends can go to a Ferrari or Lamborghini salesman and buy it for me. Or buy any car for me, I would not dislike it :evil:
But, yeah, I "somewhat agree". The somewhat being that many people "gave" me Martial Art gifts from Bruce stuff, Martial Art Movies, Uniforms, and weapons. I even received many Asian (non Martial Art) items from people thinking that Martial Arts practitioners love Asian things.
I disagree, I recently went to purchase a staff for my 9yr old daughter from Century with no knowledge of what kind she could use responsibly (she does xma competitions, I don't have much experience in this area of weaponry). They quized me on her height and what she would use it for, I told them for spinning and tricks.
They not only showed me their entire range but what each one was used for, the different lengths and weights. I managed to get the specific one that she needed and she was very happy with it.
So from my personal experience I would suggest a martial arts supplier would be the best course of action.
Hope this helps
But, you had to have received information on what she was going to do with it from her instructor first...yes?
I actually didn't, my daughter was the one who told me she would like a pole for spinning, she makes up the forms herself with my guidance and she wanted to do some tricks with a pole.
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