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Customer Review of the Hide-A-Chuck
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Not as good as it seems

I was psyched about buying these, but they are really not as good as they seem. The aluminum shell is far to heavy and thick to make these anything but cumbersome, and the swivel and chain system is not quite as jerk-free as I thought it would be. You'd have to have a grip like a steel vise to handle them well. The chain also rattles annoyingly when you practice with them as batons. They will, however, get you more acclimated to using regular hardwood nunchaku.  
by: anonymous
10/3/2004 1:52:22 PM
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Well, the weight and grip issue isn't as bad of a thing as you thing anon. yes, if your preforming on stage or for a demo there too hevy and clanky to be efficient and would be much better off with speed nunchucku. However, that weight and slipy grip will train your hands into vicegrips of steel and will make your strikes a lot stronger and more efficent. I'd say if your training with nunchucks just for play and show, go for something more simple and lighter. HOwever, If your like me, and you use these for SERIOUS delf defence...I'd say you couldn't ask for better. (p.s remember the legal status of nunchucku in your state!)
by: Dan
11/23/2010 9:43:24 PM
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are they legal to haev in illinois?im having them shipped right now and ive never used nunchucks before so i did not know what to expect. i have lots of medievil weapons but this is my first middle-eastern/ninja weapon
by: jbezy
2/24/2011 8:54:49 PM
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