Tabaks are palm sticks. In Japanese or Okinawan arts they are called yawara sticks. I make several variations.
These are machined with grooves and knurling from 1inch diameter Panther II material and are 6 inches in length (or slightly over).
These are $12 each.
I can also do these in thinner 7/8” also using Panther II material.
For those looking for a budget item, or to supply in quantity for a school or seminar, I can also do plain tabaks (no grooves or knurling) for $4 each in any of my 1” synthetic materials, or $3.50 using 7/8” diameter.
Three linked by a center ring can be used to simulate balisong practice, throw like a bolo or feel like a fat-handled mini-chuck.
· Laws vary widely concerning possession or carry of pocket sticks, tabaks, yawaras, etc.
· The same applies to nunchaku or similar weighted objects.
Users are responsible for knowing and complying with local laws. Be smart!