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Some long weapons

June 7, 2013
Bagua saber

Bagua saber

Deer horn knives - mostly associated with bagua

Deer horn knives – mostly associated with bagua

Lau gar - nine foot waxwood staff from Hung Gar

Lau gar – nine foot waxwood staff from Hung Gar

Simple staff (bo in Japanese) - does not photograph well.

Simple staff (bo in Japanese) – does not photograph well.

Pair of Tonfa

Pair of Tonfa

Fly whisk with single hook sword. The pink does stand out

Fly whisk with single hook sword. The pink does stand out

Nine Ring Pu dao - the horse cutter. A favorite of mine

Nine Ring Pu dao – the horse cutter. A favorite of mine

Trident - should be stored in the weapons rack nearest the door

Trident – should be stored in the weapons rack nearest the door

Halberd

Halberd

Green Dragon Kwan Dao

Green Dragon Kwan Dao

Three section staff

Three section staff

Single tip single spear - the red tassel is supposed to keep enemy blood off your hands

Single tip single spear – the red tassel is supposed to keep enemy blood off your hands

Double straight swords (jian)

Double straight swords (jian)

Double sabers - a tough time getting the light on the blades

Double sabers – a tough time getting the light on the blades

Double sabers again

Double sabers again

The quads - double double-ended spears with brass shafts - and me signaling I was tired

The quads – double double-ended spears with brass shafts – and me signaling I was tired

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