Very Simple Ninja Nunchucks

This is my first instructable so constructive criticism is welcome these nunchucks may be simple but if you get hit with them they hurt. So it's not my fault if you get hurt with them HAVE FUN!

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Step 1: The Handles

Use 8 of the yellow rods to go all the way round two of the white circular connectors as shown below. And repeat. This makes your two handles.

Step 2: Handle Cores

Get the two remaining yellow rods and connect a grey connector to each end of the two rods and have two grey connectors by your side for the next step.

Step 3: Putting the Handles and Cores Together

Slip the two yellow rods through the centre of the handles and secure with a grey clip. As shown below.

Step 4: Finishing Off

Attach one end of the string to the grey clip on one of the handles, attach the other end of the string to a grey clip on the other handle.

HAVE FUN!!!

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    JUST A FACT NOT A SLAM. "NUNCHUCKS ARE NOT A NINJA WEAPON AT ALL, NEVER WERE. THE ARE CHINESE WEAPON MODIFIED FROM AN AGRICULTURAL TOOL TO HARVEST RICE.

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    Actually, they are korean, not chinese, and they are used by ninjas, since in futile Japan, weapons were not allowed, and these were used by a common worker.

    Which, normaly it is just a toy. but as a ninja, im sure you know the diference between toys and real weapons that can cut your hands off.

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    11 years ago on Introduction

    cobalt is right. they had blades on either end and they just sliced the rice stalk.

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    11 years ago on Introduction

    I suggest putting rubber bands instead of string, so they stretch out when you use them. The only downside would be that they may break... but still easy to replace! BTW good nunchucks

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