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Uddha Sword Sinawali

Discussion in 'Himalayan Imports' started by Abaniko, Oct 31, 2009.

  1. Abaniko

    Abaniko

    994
    Jun 2, 2006
    Just another Friday night hangin' out after class, my instructor doing a little improv:

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    One by Vim, the other by Bura :)
     
    Last edited: Mar 22, 2011
  2. jnphares

    jnphares

    Feb 23, 2007
    Uddhas are great short swords -- they're not very heavy to begin with, and the balance is back toward the grip, making them quite nimble. Very nice.
     
  3. Karda

    Karda Banned BANNED

    Jun 1, 2007
    Pretty cool video!
    If i tried that, I'd probably simultaneously cut both my arms off.
     
  4. John Shields

    John Shields

    142
    Oct 11, 2009
    At least it would look cool for 10 seconds. :p I'm still not sure which of the swords HI makes that I like best. They're all so different from each other and different from anything produced by anyone else. Even the Katana is vastly different.
     
  5. b.c.molin

    b.c.molin

    Nov 28, 2008
    Excellent vid of a great sword in the hands of a very adept user. :thumbup:

    I can now well understand and greatly appreciate your comment:

    IMO,
    :D :D :D
     
    Last edited: Oct 31, 2009
  6. Willow Myst

    Willow Myst

    63
    Jan 5, 2009
    N i c e !!!!!
     
  7. tedwca

    tedwca

    Dec 10, 2005
    Cool vid, thanks for sharing.
     
  8. kukulza28

    kukulza28

    168
    Oct 11, 2008
    :thumbup:Reminds me of butterfly-swords... but longer and the blade flow is.. different
     
  9. C.S. Graves

    C.S. Graves

    Jun 13, 2006
    Not very heavy compared to some HI wares at least! Might be a tad heavier than some of the sandata an FMA practitioner is liable to pick up... regardless, the guy makes it looks smooth and easy... like a blender with legs! :eek:

    I was thinking that if one did some of those drills with two tarwars, they could really build some strength in their arms and trunk!
     

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