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nunchucks in california

Are these types of nunchucks even allowed in california  
by: williams.jamal
4/10/2010 3:15:05 AM
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Personal Possession of nunchaku is illegal in California. Learn more here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nunchaku and be certain to do more research before purchasing this kind of item in California state.
by: okiken108    
4/12/2010 3:49:41 PM
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Same applies to NY, and MA as well as some other states. In addition, I would not rely on the use of most martial arts weapons for defense, since they are almost always mentioned specifically in the weapon related defense laws of most states and jurusdictions within them. If you plan to carry these as a means of defense, DEFINITELY check with the laws, and consider the possibility of civil litigation (lawsuits) as well...
by: Dave  
9/11/2012 9:12:28 AM
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