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will they break

could these be used as self defense or are these mostly personal use if so what are so good combat chucks  
by: meatl45
8/2/2010 2:27:56 PM
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Hi meatl, yes these could be used for self defense, although it is important that you investigate the concealed weapon laws in your state. In fact, some states like California have strict legislation on nunchaku of all variety.
by: okiken108    
8/23/2010 10:21:45 PM
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I was going to mirror okiken 108's sentiment here. The laws regarding weapons of any variety, especially concealed carry come into play here. Not only does each state have specific laws, but some jurisdictions within them have more stringent laws regarding the carry, use, and employment of weapons for offense (especially) or defense. I would say that, in almost all cases, nunchaku would be considered concealed, unless you fancy Bruce Lee (lol) and wear them around your neck in full view. Then you have to worry about the additional litigation from a civil as well as criminal standpoint. Basically, I would not advocate NOT using a weapon for defense, but I would say to do your homework. Be a student of the laws that you wish to use to protect yourself, just as you are a student of the arts that you wish to employ!
by: Dave  
9/11/2012 9:09:10 AM
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