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Humbly,I am into the "Uchigatana or Tsubagatana",yeap!
37 years student of "Laijutsu,Battojutsu,Iaido,Kenjutsu,Shinkendo and Aikido" !
I proudly own my own "Daisho".

If you know what I'm talking about, let us share some knowledge. :)
 

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Is that the fighting style where you can channel chi or ki to make you more aware and what not I have been reading a little about it recently thinking Maybe about some classes kinda surprised to see this on a gun forum I'm apart of.
 

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I um,..... regularly use a bokken for the cardio workout and to make sure that if I have to use my katana, I'll know what I'm doing. Thats about it. You lost me at "Uchigatana." but my curiosity is peaked nonetheless.

Pictures! gimme pics!

gimme!
 

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I um,..... regularly use a bokken for the cardio workout and to make sure that if I have to use my katana, I'll know what I'm doing. Thats about it. You lost me at "Uchigatana." but my curiosity is peaked nonetheless.

Pictures! gimme pics!

gimme!
By social "Graces" of old world Japan,only the elitists could be titled "Samurai".
Nothing to do with skill level,"Social graces". Money,to work for an elitist War lord or Emperor! We of lower ranking social status were title as owners of :
Uchigatana or Tsubgatana and not Samurai or Katana! Not to be titled with the high honor of the elitists.
Nothing to do with skill level.......! :)

No pics,humbly..!
 

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Is that the fighting style where you can channel chi or ki to make you more aware and what not I have been reading a little about it recently thinking Maybe about some classes kinda surprised to see this on a gun forum I'm apart of.
"CHI or KI" are basically one in the same, Modes: inner peace or battle ready!
 
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