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Comparison of kobudo styles

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  1. This table compares styles of kobudo

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. The weapons practiced by each style are listed

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  3. The styles listed below may practice strictly weapons, or may practice another martial arts (usually karate) as well

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  4. Generally, weapons systems are not as formalized as karate systems

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  5. Some karate systems include weapons standard in their curriculum, while others may offer weapons training optionally

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