Originating from China, the three-section staff is a flail weapon historically made of white oak or Chinese red maple. The three-section staff was used in combat as an extension of one's arm to strike, flail, block, choke, disarm, whip, and entangle an enemy or an enemy's weapon. The three-section staff is one of the more complex close-combat weapons, it requires skill and a great deal of patience to control properly.
- Made of a Foam Rubber
- Each section measures 26" in length
- Sections held together by metal rings and ball bearing swivels