... and got this mealy-mouthed reply:
I noticed recently that you market your custom-made Imperial Dragon Fan, and tout it as being "Thrust, Cut and Slash Proof against Knife Attacks, Small Caliber Fire Arm Proof". Really? I'm used to a little hyperbole, both in marketing and in martial arts, but I'm hoping that nobody actually takes you seriously and gets themselves killed as a result.
Certainly you don't care what "random guy on the internet" has to say, but frankly, that's a liability suit waiting to happen.
thank you for the concern, but
we stand behind our products. the skill level in applying martial art ability is not what we are marketing, that has to do with the individual. What we are saying is that this is what it can do, whether one has the capacity or ability is up to them, this is really a ceremonial or conversation piece. I would not suggest the usage in a live situation. However " a drowning man will reach for any piece of wood that happens to be by them "
Gum Bei Lin