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Kali stick weapon flex: rattan vs polypropylene (cold steel escrima)

The rattan sticks are from bloodsport.com and the polypropylene sticks are made by Cold Steel (got mine from manventureoutpost.com). This video demonstrates...

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Comment by Patrick Paulo on December 17, 2010 at 8:35pm

I use the coldsteel poly sticks only to practice my twirling. They're Heavy as & have inertia once I get going. Really helped my hands develope muscle memory. However my usual sticks are temagong.

Comment by xxxxxxxxx on September 17, 2009 at 12:17am
Sir,
A.R.N.I.S. Tendencia has always use what arnistadors from almost the beginning; Rattan! I would not let any of my students use anything else nor would S.Master Sam. I could give you my opinion and of course Supreme Master Sam Tendencia's opinion. I rather make you a stick and see if there's a differants! We would love to becoming your school's and students rattan supplier. We do custom set of three to signals. From 20" to 40" or so. Our rattan sticks are guaranteed not to brake (or I will replace it). They can be crushed but not broken. The stick you get from blood sport does not look like it's been tempered correctly. (That is my opinion of what I can see of your video).
Sincerely,
Maestro Nap

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Comment by Jesse Crouch on August 23, 2009 at 12:10pm
I think they're both good. The polypropylene (cold steel) ones last a lot longer, but they're definitely heavier. I'd really recommend everyone try a pair of them.

Check out my original review on the cold steel ones: http://martial.jessecrouch.com/2009/05/cold-steel-polypropylene-kal...
Comment by LAPU LAPU on August 23, 2009 at 11:55am
So which ones do you recomend ?

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