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    Does anyone here know of any sword, jujutsu, or taijutsu dojos in Pittsburgh?

    Thanks,

    Jason

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    Default Aikido of Pitts

    Have you heard of Will Graves ? He teaches at "Aikido of Pitts." They
    are in Etna. He also teaches Toyama Ryu BAtto do. BOb Elder
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    Hi Jason, I live in Maryland. I have trained with these guys from Pittsburgh, they are a great group. Hope this helps.
    www.pittsburghbujinkan.com/pbd_001.htm

    Jon Gillespie
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    Here is a school that teaches samurai arts http://www.geocities.com/krbktmas/

    Ed Spearline

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    Just to add one more: I'd suggest you take a look at John Hamilton's school in the North Hills. It's on Babcock Blvd., and the phone # is 412-821-8076.

    Good luck,
    Mark Tankosich

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