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If you know how to, and if you practice, you can use playing cards a weapon. I am not going to teach you how to do that. In this Instructable I will...
To get started you should really do finger exercises for a while, but I didn't find that necessary. You can use any cards, but business cards work bes...
The first throws you do should only be done with the wrist. I know that is seems that you would want to use your whole arm, but you have to get the wr...
Once you have the wrist down, you can start using your arm. The arm should swing it out until it is straight. The wrist should smoothly swing out at t...
Eventually you'll want to stand. You should be able to throw a fair distance before doing this. The stance is pretty basic, with your feet apart an...
There are other ways of throwing, much like the so called "Card Ninja's" style. The ways here are adaptions of my version. You have "The Flick" whi...
This is originally intended as a form of self defense. Do NOT throw the cards at people, unless you're actually using it for self defense, in which ca...
Ok, 'sup guys. So here is the new system. When doing it vertically, it is much harder. I developed my own grip to keep the much- needed spin. Hold one...
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