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Metal nunchakus make noise and are easily seen and caught by security devices.
Nunchaku made from other materials and constructed other ways don’t develop the proper required velocity for hardest impact possible which should be around 1800 pounds per square inch.
It is my belief that all serious senior students should be at least familiar with the use of at least three different historical weapons of the bygone days.
- One – A swivel type of weapon
- Two – A Han-Bo (club or short staff) type of weapon
- Three – A sword or a bladed type of weapon
There are so many ways that the mastering of each of these weapons would bring enlightenment that I wouldn’t have enough room on this page to write about it all here. The practice of weapons can be self-disciplining, requiring dexterity that could not otherwise be achieved through only typical open hand training. Mastering any one of these weapons would be an end in itself because the practice would develop fluid movement. Proficiency would make your reactions during the motion in self-defense flow smoothly from one step into another. In addition, practice will also affect your balance and help develop your entire body. With practice and mastery, any of these weapons would become an extension of your mind though your hand(s).
In this piece we are going to work only with the Nunchaku, which is of the first type, a swivel weapon. The Nunchaku, like any weapon, can be used as an offensive or defensive weapon.
I would like to say that it is my wish that no martial artist who becomes skillful because of this work, at the use of this or any other weapon, shall by his or her word never allow this knowledge to be misused or to let it fall into the hands of others who would misuse it. Please take the time to read our full Disclaimer. With that said, let’s continue.
Although the study of true martial arts, in itself should encompass many diverse facets, the modern day martial artist should still be primarily concerned with self defense, not only for keeping in shape or for just a trophy. In centuries past, martial artists were warriors, who were knowledgeable in every means of defense and experts in the use of many weapons of their day. For them it was about life and death!