Nunchaku are one of the most popular martial arts weapons today! Like many traditional weapons, they came from two different farming mechanisms - the muge (horse bridle) and a mechanism used to grind rice or grain. The nunchaku are capable of blocking and striking, as well as trapping and throwing. Easy to wipe clean before and after use.
Please note that this product is not for sale to people under the age of 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or older. This item is a practice training aid only and should not be used for contact training. Any damage incurred through misuse of this item is the sole responsibility of the customer and will invalidate its warranty and returns policy. Some payment methods will not be available for the purchase of weapons.
Catalogue Code: BLI294
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By Chris on 5th December 2013
We used these at a Seminar last year where we were taught the basics of how to use them. As a beginer in this weapon I found them easy to handle and predictable in their use. I got home and ordered a couple of sets straight away. Well worth it.
By stephen harman on 15th October 2013
brilliant price and work to how I need to use them would def buy again if I ever needed to get more
By adam on 22nd July 2013
bought just for juniors and even 8 year olds are getting good at it in under 4 weeks. perfect for first timers. As an instructor I learnt \"the hard way!!\" with wood.
wish I had one of these back in those days, this item will keep you safe from all those unforeseen knocks that can be painful with wood.
By Damian on 27th May 2013
Bought these to try and increase my hand eye coordination. For the price can't argue at all very well made sturdy and delivery was very swift best money I've spent in a long time. Top buy.
By Simon on 26th January 2012
The ball bearing and chain make this behave like the wooden versions and gives it a more solid action when in use. Black sections help co-ordinate where to grip.
By Alex on 26th October 2011