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KAMA

The Kama originated from a rice sickle.

Kama is usually used in pairs when in combat. Either one blocking/deflecting and the other cutting, hooking or chopping.

The tools vary in size depending on the user's preferences, but generally the handles are approximately 35 - 40cm in length with a curved blade affixed at 90 degrees to one end of each.