I could feel ridiculous about it, but the truth of it is I am having too much fun.
I found when.I was younger I seemed to like the six or eight bladed stars. I was an eighties teenager when ninja stars, butterfly knives and other weapons had a big surge in popularity. Movies and tv shows and everyone was taking karate. I had some pretty awesome stars. I was thinking about picking up a few to have fun with and relive my youth,lol
I picked up.some balisongs to play with and have a pair of custom nunchukas coming from usa nunchuks. I was never any good with them but it's cool to have. Glad to see your enjoying star throwing, thanks for sharing
I got some of those type also and also had to sharpen them . Maybe a liability issue ?I'm finding that the 50$ investment for the cheapest grinder at Harbor Freight was a great investment.
I got the three pack, but I've only sharpened one of them so far
That's great !I'm going to check out some shuriken this week online since you motivated me. I just got my nunchuks today from American Nunchaku Company. They are pretty awesome. Mine is hand cut Octagon shape, Six link chain U-swivel,Straight,Red oak,Oil finished
That's great !
Takes me back to early 70 's , when I was first learning to use the nunchaku .
My first were big octagonal oak with a long nylon tether .
I beat the crap out of myself . Hit my nose , etc . etc , . Blood and bruises .
Pain is wonderful teacher . I learned .
I know you guys were sitting around wandering how many hits could a bicycle helmet take from a set of munchkin made from legs of their wife's old bathroom shelf. I have that footage for you:I seem to remember as a kid having a painful experience as well,lol but they are cool as hell. Been looking at Stars not as much decent stuff that there once was
I know you guys were sitting around wandering how many hits could a bicycle helmet take from a set of munchkin made from legs of their wife's old bathroom shelf. I have that footage for you:
Haha, those 70s/80s stars were lethal... to the throwers and unlucky bystanders. I remember them hitting on the edge of targets and ricocheting who knows where. They also had cheap Chinese writing on Japanese - style weapons. I looked up the kanji once and the words were things like tree, man, and my favorite... friend. Friend, really? Love the comments and grateful for a moderator who actually moderates.