Ninjustsu supplies

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  1. fatninja

    fatninja Yellow Belt

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    Hey All, I was wonder on buying a Gi for class, I usually wear black sweats, I was wondering, while there are a lot of suppliers out there, I don't want some cheesy representation, I want a quality garment, also some weapons, Kamas , Books ,as well as Bujinkan t-shirts and such ,etc, where do you guys get your stuff from?
    Thanks!

    Tim
     
  2. Chris Parker

    Chris Parker Grandmaster

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    Hi Tim,

    There are a large number of suppliers, but you might find your instructor has a relationship with someone local (as I do), so the first port of call is always them.

    Most schools do their own t-shirts, so you know... and Kama aren't Bujinkan weapons... as with everything, take it one step at a time... you may find that your instructor has a preference for specific weapons at particular grades... or in a specific order... with my students, they are free to get any weapon at any time they want (in conjunction with discussing it with me... I'm not about to advise a shinken for a newebie, for instance), however there are specific recommendations and requirements at particular ranks... Hanbo first... then a Bokuto... training knife... and so on.
     
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  3. Brian R. VanCise

    Brian R. VanCise MT Moderator Staff Member

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    As Chris said it is best to talk with your instructor and find out who he uses.
     
  4. fatninja

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    Okay, Thanks Chris!
     

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