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Though not a primary weapon of the Ninja, nunchakus (also known as nunchucks, nun chucks, or nun chuks) were used because they could be adapted for many situations. Aside from being easy to carry, the nunchakus were used to defend against most any weapon from a bo to a sword. By trapping the blade of a sword with the chain between the two sticks, a Ninja could entangle and disarm a sword-wielding attacker. The same concept applies to almost every other weapon. The nunchakus were not just used for defense, they could also be effectively employed against an enemy in an offensive way. The Ninja could strangle an opponent or even execute joint locks with the chain or cord between the two sticks.
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.
These practice nunchaku feature quality bearing swivels, a stainless steel chain, and rigid handle cores surrounded by a generous layer of foam padding. They're perfect for beginners or for learning complex new moves. Available in black, white, or red.