Looking for Bokken/Bokuto with sword

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Jounan
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Looking for Bokken/Bokuto with sword

Post by Jounan » Wed Nov 23, 2005 9:34 am

Hi everybody. This is my first post. though i am of low age (18 ) I have Quite an interest for stuff that is sharp and shiny. Lol. Now to my question, does anyone know if you can find a Bokuto/bokken (what's the difference?) with a sword inside. You know, canestyle. no i don't live in the uk so it's not illegal here (sweden). Does such sword exist? I know that it is quite noobish to want such thing, but it looks so cool.

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Post by Moon » Wed Nov 23, 2005 1:11 pm

Click link and see bottom of page.

http://www.blades-uk.com/search_results ... =&start=10

If these are not what you're looking for and you want a "Sword Stick",I'm afraid that they are illegal in the U.K. and your best bet is to look to the U.S.A. or another Country.
If "Sword Sticks" are not illegal in Sweden,why can't you buy them there? :S

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Post by Jounan » Wed Nov 23, 2005 5:45 pm

Nice thanks dude. i thought that i looked all over the place. well well, The reason is that if you with mysteious powers could find one, they're stainless steel. that's bad.

2841981

Post by 2841981 » Wed Nov 23, 2005 9:29 pm

(H) there carbon steel mate, says right there in the description :D

nath/2841981

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Post by Moon » Wed Nov 23, 2005 10:57 pm

I think he means that the Sword Sticks are SS Nath and that is bad!! (H)

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Post by Killua » Thu Nov 24, 2005 9:38 pm

I've heard that the Tony Long one isn't really that...reliable. Low quality blade and bad fitting in the tsuka. That's what I've heard, anyways.

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Post by Jounan » Sat Nov 26, 2005 8:16 am

well i meant that if you find one in sweden they're ss and that sucks. Hmm so those swords aren't very good, huh? i want more info on their crappiness. i had a bad feeling about 'em when i looked at the price.

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