I'm pretty good with the nunchaku but I consider sticks way more deadly. Every angle of attack available with nunchakus are also available with sticks. But sticks can add thrusts, punyos, chokes, and in some instances range. Plus better control. But its a good thing Californians never really looked into it, or we wouldn't have the dog brothers!
While you California bullies can't have nunchucks and Ohio can't have sling shots, we here in the state of Oklahoma now have open carry laws.
Read more: http://newsok.com/everything-you-nee...#ixzz2CcxE0Uw1Quote:
The state-issued permit will detail the type of pistol its holder is authorized to carry, but typically the law allows for the open carry of derringers, revolvers and semi-automatic handguns.
The pistol must have a barrel no larger than .45-caliber and must be less than 16 inches long.
I haven't had a set of nun-chucks for about thirty years and was never that good with them (read I hurt myself several times).
I do have two sets of sticks in the back seat of the car (one rattan and another for breaking bones), two sets in the trunk and another hard set in the corner by the front door of the house.
I'd choose these over two sticks joined by rope/chain any day.
Lest y'all think we're that backwards here, in my lifetime I've lost the ability (in the city limits) to blow up things with fireworks, shoot a pellet gun and possibly shoot a bow in the back yard. I've refused to check on the last as I'm hoping ignorance would allow mercy at the hands of the man.
The deadliest way to use nunchaku is to hand a pair to your opponent and then say, "Come get me, you fruit!"