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BO (Rokushaku Bo)
Hand made Bo made of hard wood, processed with impregnation wood preservative and insecticide varnish, that doesn't not leave a film onto the wood. As a result, the wood is free for moving without cracks and pealing and it doesn't stick on the hands and has a velvet touch.
Bo can be round OR tampered
Bo round dimensions: 122,153, 183, 196 mm
Bo tampered dimensions: 122, 153, 183, 196 mm
Bo can be made of beech, oak or Greek walnut.
The bō is a six-foot long staff, sometimes tampered at either end. Also it is known as Rokushaku Bo, Roku means six, shaku is a measure of about 1 foot in length
It was perhaps developed from a farming tool called atenbin: a stick placed across the shoulders with baskets or sacks hanging from either end. The bo was also possibly used as the handle to a rake or a shovel. It is known that Okinawan fishermen used long poles called kushaku Bo to navigate their boats around the roots of mangroves where oars proved ineffective. Stories are also told of the Bo being used to scale castle walls. The Bo was inserted between the stones and used as a step.
Special dimensions of all weapons can be arranged upon request. Other special projects are welcomed and can be discussed
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Customer is responsible for checking all applicable laws and regulations concerning the purchase of kobudo weapons.
Dreametal Kobudo is not responsible for any customs fees or duty taxes incurred due to import regulations.