Nunchaku in the housewares dept.

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  1. Twocanary

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    Was wandering around the asian market/store while the wife was buying stuff and found these long wooden pestle grinding thingies:thumbup:. I put them next to a heavy one for scale and took a pic. Thinking to give them to my ninja friend for Christmas, for grins.
     

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    All you need is nylon rope
     
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    You're thinking too realistically LOL!

    Zip ties. Zip ties my friends.
     
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  4. Beto7YT

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    wow, zip ties!, it's so clever, I was thinking to use shoelaces, but your idea is better far away

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  5. RA40

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    Plus they can be used them to dislodge the rice grains when buying whole stalk rice. ;)
     
  6. BrazilianSnowMan

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    Many years ago we used to make nunchakus from broom handles. Easy way to hit yourself in the head.
    Nunchakus are good toys but poor weapons.
    Stabbing and clubbing weapons are more effective, spears and knives are the way to go.
    Even if you have a small folder you can sharpen a stick and fire harden it.
     
  7. sgt127

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    Seriously? I’d put two in a box. A piece of paracord and a drill bit.

    It’s a nunchaka kit.
     
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    When I went to North Korea denuke project in 2007 I took a 30" Starettt straight edge which has a fine bevel on one side and a roll of duct tape , just in case :)
     
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    I'll take a pick handle over any any nunchuks every day and twice on Sunday.
     
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    Louisville Slugger is my choice.
     
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