The tonfa is an Okinawan weapon. It consists of a stick with a perpendicular handle attached a third of the way down the length of the stick, and is about 15-20 inches long. It was traditionally made from red oak and wielded in pairs. The tonfa is believed to have originated in either China or Southeast Asia; one theory is that it was derived from the handles used to turn milling stones.
These traditionally constructed tonfa are made of hardwood and designed for maximum efficiency.
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