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WTS: Classic Army M15 A4 DMR build. CA High Torque motor, M120 spring, Custom two tone camoflauge, custom muzzle brake, Leaper scope, spring loaded bipod, custom grips, RIS rail extensions.
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How do you long-haired martial artists and fighters secure and maintain your hair for fighting and training? I use a top knot in judo to keep the hair off of my neck, and a low bun or braid in taekwondo to keep it out of my helmet. I've used a braid to choke people out in BJJ and judo class, but I don't know if it's legal in competition, so I usually stick with the top knot. Top knots and buns keep my hair from getting less beat up and tangled, as opposed to a braid or ponytail, though when I wrestled, I had to keep a ponytail pulled on top of my head and held down with a skullcap because a bun doesn't really work in that sport.