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comment Are martial arts practice weapons regulated?
This is true... Most states have a 3" rule on knives, but this isn't a given... Some allow shuriken, while others do not... I think you'll need to ask this question again with the specific state if you want a good answer. For the most part, so long as it's in a bag, a training weapon won't raise any alarm... If you're using it in a park, even in a class setting, you may draw some looks from the police.
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revised What are the differences between ITF and WTF Tae-Kwondo?
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comment Are martial arts practice weapons regulated?
As far as I know, there are only national gun laws (perhaps someone can provide a counter). All other weapons restrictions are limited to state government, so they will vary based on locality.
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comment Do all schools of BJJ come from the same root?
No legitimate ones, anyway ;)
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revised Is practising techniques on both the left and right sides beneficial or detrimental to martial development?
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answered Is practising techniques on both the left and right sides beneficial or detrimental to martial development?
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comment Does ninjutsu qualify as a martial art?
Agreed in regard to the "traditional" sense... I've heard many claimants argue that it is not a martial art at all and should not be confused as one, which is why I asked.
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answered How dangerous is it to choke someone unconscious or to be choked unconscious?
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