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Weapons

June 9, 2010

Please do note that the styles in which the weapons are listed below aren’t the only styles using these weapons, the styles in which they are listed are just the ones I know or were the easiest to find on the internet.

Iaido
Katana – Traditionally made Japanese sword
Iaito – unsharpened Shinken
Shoto – smaller version of the Shinken
Bokken –
Shinken –
Tanto –

Tai Chi
Jian –

Juttejutsu
Jutte –

Tessenjutsu
Tessen – a gunsen made of iron
Gunsen –
Gunbai –

Wushu
Qijiebian – 7 section chain whip
Sanjiebian – 3 section chain whip
Jiujiebian –
Shuang Gou –
Guan Dao –
Ba Gua Dao –
Lu Jiao Dao –
Qiang –
Hudie Shuang Dao –

Ninjutsu
Shuriken –
Ashiko –
Kaginawa –
Makibishi –
Kusarigama –
Shikomi-zue –
Shogee –
Shuko –
Manrikigusari –

Kobudo
San Setsu-kon –
Sai –
Kama –
Tonfa –
Nunchaku –

Jodo
Jo – smaller version of the Bo
Bo –

Kendo
Shinai –

Escrima
Sticks –

(source: http://www.matsuru.com)
(source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page)
(source: http://www.wle.com/store/wushuweapons.html)

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