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AL6000 Competition Kamas
Item No. 127210 In stock
Century Not Applicable Aluminum Aluminum
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$64.99
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Bamboo Handle Kamas
Item No. 12761 In stock
Century Aluminum Bamboo
Chrome Stripe Kamas
Item No. 12742 In stock
Century Aluminum Aluminum
Demo Kama
Item No. 12775 In stock
Century Aluminum Aluminum
Demo Kamas
Item No. 12750 In stock
Century Aluminum Wood
Foam Blade Kamas
Item No. 12741 In stock
Century Foam Wood
Mackensi Emory Illuminator Kamas
Item No. 128KE In stock
Century Mackensi Emory Stainless Steel Wood
Mackensi Emory Signature Series Kamas
Item No. 127KE In stock
Century Mackensi Emory Stainless Steel Wood
Mackensi Emory Signature Series Kamas
Item No. 126KE In stock
Century Mackensi Emory Stainless Steel Wood
Mackensi Emory Training Kama
Item No. 121KE In stock
Century Mackensi Emory Stainless Steel Wood
$31.99 - $59.99
Polypropylene Kamas
Item No. 12412 Out of stock
Century Polypropylene Polypropylene
$24.99 Not available
Reflective Kamas
Item No. 12755 In stock
Century Aluminum Wood
Ruled Chrome Kamas
Item No. 12752 In stock
Century Aluminum Wood
Steel Kamas
Item No. 1272 In stock
Century Not Applicable Aluminum Wood
$31.99
Wood Kamas
Item No. 1271 In stock
Century Wood Wood
XMA Aluminum Kamas
Item No. XAK In stock
Century XMA Aluminum Aluminum
XMA Demo Kamas
Item No. XGFK Out of stock
Century XMA Aluminum Grip Tape
XMA Xtreme Chrome Kamas
Item No. XTKC In stock
Century XMA Aluminum Wood
XMA Xtreme Foam Training Kamas
Item No. XTKF In stock
Century XMA Polypropylene Wood

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    Kamas

    The kama has a fascinating history dating back at least as far as the 12th century in Okinawa, Japan. Like many other Japanese weapons from this time period, the kama was once a mere farming tool, repurposed for fighting, used by farmers to get around the weapons ban placed on them by the feudal government. Its sickle-like appearance is no coincidence – it was originally used for cutting wheat!
    Today, dual kamas are most often seen in karate, especially sport karate. Training kamas are rarely sharpened; however, they retain the holes in the blades that original kama had to make them light and fast for wielding.
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