Easey Made Caltrops

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Introduction: Easey Made Caltrops

a caltrops

Step 1: What You Need

You need any pice of round bendley meatl and wire cuters

Step 2: Step Two

Now take your meatl and bend it were in to a box whith one side open then bend one end at angle

Step 3: Step Three

then take your cuters and cut the ends at angle to make them sharp

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    23 Comments

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    ksmith166
    ksmith166

    6 years ago

    the instructions could be simpler, just take a paperclip, straighten them out, bend one end up at a 90° angle, then the other left or right at 90°s

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    66D6
    66D6

    8 years ago

    Um. Slpellgn wedrs crrctyl hpls alot too....

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    jojonerf
    jojonerf

    8 years ago on Introduction

    you could just bend a staple into that shape.

    small and undetectable.......................................

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    netbus
    netbus

    11 years ago on Introduction

    These are not exactly the traditional ninja Tashibishi, because the original spikes could land at every side and there would still be a sharp edge pointing up. Bah, these are great. I think I'll make some!

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    nutsandbolts_64

    I have no idea if this is a caltrop or not. I'm gonna give it a general name. It's a pointy thing you use to make people say ouch. lol, or you just throw 'em in people's faces.

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    Camisado
    Camisado

    13 years ago on Introduction

    Dude. This is a staple. I'm not trying to sound harsh, but this is just..... what is this?! Caltrops..... do you even know what they are?! And if you wanna put it in a Ninja group, surely you would know that the ninjas call this weapon the " Makibishi "

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    bowmaster
    bowmaster

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    No. Makibishi is a more complex type of caltrop. I am going to make a instructable with a bunch of types of caltrops including Makibishi.

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    Camisado
    Camisado

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Eh well, true. There are a lot of caltrops, such as Tennenbishi and Makibishi. Tetsubishi is the general name. It was my mistake on that part, I wasn't as informed back then as I was today, but still, even back then I was still much more informed than this wannabe ninja that can't spell.

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    bowmaster
    bowmaster

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    True. I still made a few of these and they aren't the worst thing you could use. Make them out of 14 or gauge wire.

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    daninja
    daninja

    12 years ago on Introduction

    these things rock! they are invisble against carpet!!!!!!

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    obamafan
    obamafan

    13 years ago on Introduction

    WOW! These could totally imbed in someones sneaker and completely incapacitate them with an annoying clicking sound! Five stars!