Wood and Metal Nunchaku, Round and Octagonal Nunchucks
The Nunchaku (Often "nunchuks", "danger sticks", "juan-tuo" or "chainsticks" in English) is a traditional Okinawan martial arts weapon consisting of two sticks connected at one end by a short chain or rope. It was used by Okinawan nobles, but was not a popular weapon because it was not efficient against the most widely used weapons of that time, and few techniques for its use exist. The two sections of the weapon are commonly made out of wood, while the link is a cord or a metal chain. The nunchaku is most widely used in martial arts such as Okinawan kobudō and karate , and makes a good training weapon , since it allows the development of quicker hand movements and improves posture. Many varieties of nunchaku are available.
A masterful martial arts weapon originating in China or perhaps Okinawa, the nunchaku (or nunchucks) turns a fighter into a formidable opponent due to its speed, confusing motion and remarkable striking force. This clear acrylic nunchaku has a round design and measures 12 inches.
These nunchaku are traditional solid wood construction with grooves on each handle to ensure a solid grip. The steel connection hardware features precision swivel bearings, allowing for maximum power with minimum wear-and-tear.
These nunchaku are octagon shaped, traditional solid wood construction, and feature grooves on each handle to ensure a solid grip. The steel connection hardware features precision swivel bearings, allowing for maximum power with minimum wear-and-tear.