How to Hold You Ninja Weapons.

Introduction: How to Hold You Ninja Weapons.

This instructable will hopefully show you how to hold your shuriken,knifes,nunchuca,and odd ninja weapons without cutting you and your cloths.

Step 1: Knifes

The best way to hold your knifes depends on what kind of knives you have.

If you have folding knives skip this step. If you have throwing knives without a loop at the end, rubber bands are good for holding them together so they don't make noise, but you need to get a pouch to hold them in that hooks to your belt, or run string through any holes they do have and tie that to your belt.

If you have kuni that have a loop at the end you can use Velcro.(sold at Wallmart and fabric stores.)
Cut the strips off of the male and female Velcro about four inches long and super glue them together at one end.now run it through the loop and secure it to your belt. Then cut a strip of the male and female Velcro about two inches long and glue it at the ends,then wrap around the handle below the blade.


Step 2: Nunchuca

The best way to hold you Nunchuca is to put them in a pouch hooked onto your belt but how many people actually have pouches?! So the next best way to carry them is to get some thin leather strips,Wrap them around you nunchucks in an eight pattern 8(so you make them the right size.)staple the ends together and tie this to you belt.

Step 3: Throwing Spikes

The best way to carry spikes is once again to have a pouch to put them in. The next best way is to wrap them in one or two bandannas,rubber band them and put them in you pocket. However, If they are to big to fit in you pocket you can strap them to your belt/arm/leg with leather and/or cloth.

If you strap them to your arm or leg with a bandanna wrap medical tape around it tightly first.

If you have them on your belt you might also want to wrap cloth around the ends to avoid stabbing yourself to death on accident.

Step 4: Shuriken

These are by far the hardest thing to carry without a pouch.

The best way I have found to carry them is to make holders on my belt.
you can look at the pic to see what I mean.

The next way is to wrap them in cloth, rubber band them and put them in my pockets.


Thanks for reading this, it was my first instructable!

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    115 Discussions

    how would you keep a kusarigama in place?

    Hey! Great post, Bisquick the ninja. I read a post with other ninja weapons and I'm wondering how do you use a "kakute" and a "kusari fundo"?

    You can see where i found the other ninja weapons here.

    Hey, the "throwing spikes" are great, but they are techically called "Senbon", or acupuncture needles.  Just a little heads up!

    2 replies

    dont give a heads up if you're not even right acupuncture needles are nothing like bo shuriken or senbon

    hang on, isnt the whole point of a ninja to spy on or dispence a target silently and without being caught? so why are you using velcro to keep the weapons together? as soon as you try and get a weapon out to kill your target they would be allerted of your presence and would call guards or something

    5 replies

    That is a VERY good point! Velcro is pretty much only good for running and jumping to relocate without making much sound. Snaps are quiet but take more time to make sturdy enough to last. I would not recommend buttons because they are slow to disengage if you need mediate access to tools or weapons.

    also you need to stop using naruto and the such as your base line for ninjutsu matters either learn about real ninjutsu or just re title the threads you make to include the words naruto

    erm, well the magnets may hold it in place but the metal would slip and fall off, and if the magnets were strong enough to hold the shuriken strongly, you may have trouble getting the shuriken off the magnet, and being that shuriken are literally four blades everywhere you can grip, it is also a close range weapon primarily used as a distraction while fleeing, and having to stop climbing a wall to get a shuriken to throw at somebody.