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I’ve always use nylon cords to tie my nunchakus, and today I change the cord of one of them, because I got some paracord.
The nylon cord I was using was very rough, and it added more friction to my fingers while doing finger spins, but the paracord is a lot more smoother, so the friction is less, and thus it’s easier to do the finger spins!
Remember, whenever you replace the link of your nunchaku you have to use a good cord (paracord is a great option!) and always check your cord before using the chuck!
A variation of the magazine nunchaku can be made with chain.
The theory is as follow (I still haven’t test it myself, but if you built it with strong materials, it should work fine!)
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After my nunchaku mas broken in two pieces, I fixed it with “super glue”, and it seems that the glue was really “super”, because it has been working great for two years now (2011).
If you ever broke your nunchaku, try this solution!