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Thread: Kenjutso/Iaijutso in or around Dallas, TX

  1. #16
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    touche' mr. smith

    Vince Inglhofer

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    I have to agree that angel swords cutting is to test the swords performance more than anything else. They are very good swords but out of the price range for most students. I am pleased by there recent lean toward more traditional katanas.

    Sorry in advance if this is getting off topic

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    John Spencer
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    I can be there for you when you need me, like now. But I can't not be there when you don't need me... I'm afraid your stuck with me. - Colbey Calistinsson

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    Hi Paul,
    I just joined the group and am new to the practice...very new actually. I am going through some old posts and also live in the Dallas area. Do you have any addiaiotnal suggestions? I will check out the schools in Denton, Addison and Lancaster to start off with.
    Thanks
    Wilkes Alexander

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    Welcome to E-Budo, Wilkes.
    Hopefully, someone will have some information to offer you regarding what's available locally. Our resident Texan swordsman, Paul Smith, might have some suggestions. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy the forums.
    Cady Goldfield

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    Thank you Cady. I have my first Kendo class this Tuesday and will follow up with an Iaido class next weekend, both at the DFW KIK. Interestingly, these classes are close to my home and in my old high school gym...I had no idea! If it seems like a good fit, I will slowly start getting my gear. I hope you have a happy new year.
    Wilkes Alexander

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    Glad you found a dojo and a new pursuit. Good luck with your training, and enjoy. Happy new year.
    Cady Goldfield

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