The three-sectional staff, triple staff, three-part staff, sansetsukon in Japanese, or originally sanjiegun is a Chinese flail weapon that consists of three wooden or metal staffs connected by metal rings or rope. The weapon is also known as panlong gun, "coiling dragon staff". A more complicated version of the three section staff, the staves can be spun to gather momentum resulting in a powerful strike, or their articulation can be used to strike over or around a shield or other defensive block. There are many stories about how the three section staff was invented. Some say because of Buddhist tradition, a monk would only have a simple staff. When the staff broke, they would put a chain and continue to use it. Others say that a king or a monk had a favorite staff that when it broke, he kept on using it with a chain connecting the broken pieces.Our Martial Arts training three sectional staff is foam padded with a PVC core. Foam padding is safe to use for training and students. Each ball bearing linkage fitting is stainless steel with a stainless steel chain. The chain extends to about 8 inches long. Overall Length: 77.5 Inches. Handle: Foam Padded, PVC Core. Color: Red.
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