Corded Hexagonal Grip Nunchaku

Price: $79.95
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Corded Hexagonal Grip Nunchaku
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Corded Hexagonal Grip Nunchaku

Price: $79.95
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Cannot be shipped to MA. Laws vary by state and municipalities. Please check your local laws to be sure this item is legal to possess before ordering.

Feast your eyes (and hands) on the Corded Hexagonal Grip Nunchaku! These solid nunchucks have the hexagonal handles that you know and love, along with 11 rings etched into the metal. Both the shape and the grip help keep your hands firmly attached to your nunchaku with as little slippage as the extra friction will allow (which is not much).

Connecting the two solid aluminum handles is four inches of black paracord. Actually, it's a little more than four inches of cord, but the solid aluminum hexagon nunchucks are strung in a way so that there's four inches of cord between them.

Since this set of solid metal nunchaku is, well, solid metal, it's pretty heavy. That's intentional. We want you to get stronger and faster. Training with nunchaku not only makes for a more fulfilling life, but also gets you prepared for whatever the upcoming apocalypse has in store.

Corded Hexagonal Grip Nunchucks Highlights:

  • Solid Aluminum Alloy - Strong Metal Construction
  • Length: Approximately 10" Handles
  • Hexagonal Handles - Six Sides of Destruction
  • 1" Diameter
  • Grips Etched into Handles
  • Weight: Approximately 1 pound 10 ounces
  • Paracord connector
  • Sold Individually

Please check your State and local regulations before purchasing this weapon to make sure it is legal to be shipped to your area.

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"hello everyone! I have a review coming to my YouTube channel soon about this pair of chucks. Through my testing and use I found these aren’t a bad pair to have. Very solid, and heavy for working out your arm muscles. Can cause lots of destruction so be careful. I’d recommend these for more advanced people but who am I to tell you what to do?"
Written By: Hi-ho Wisconsin Joe
11/21/19 - 12:53pm
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