Are nunchucks legal in Indiana USA

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  1. 16-04-2010, 13:24#1

    Bull whip

    Ever since I first saw Indiana Jones, I've wanted something like this!

    What about the legal situation? I could imagine that at least in Germany (which I don't really care about in Austria) it is banned for the same reason as the nunchaku. The guy here at least chokes not badly with it:
    YouTube - Extreme Marksman -The Whip- Anthony De Longis

    Maybe someone has a building instruction ready? I've got some leather scraps lying around here.

    Lg Georg

  2. 16-04-2010, 13:26#2
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    Because I'm also an Indiana Jones fan, I got some cheap theater whips on ebay. Pops to a certain extent and are certainly not forbidden. And then of course there are these funny SM whips. But Indiana Jones style would be called a snakeskin whip. And I absolutely have to have one!

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  5. 16-04-2010, 14:50#5

    Shops in Germany

    there are some shops in Germany,
    who officially offer whips

    www.bullenpeitsche.com

    there are a lot of videos with too
    German whip sport

    Repair instructions for bullwhips e.g. here

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0cCDvOqNOs


    for imports from Hong Kong, USA, China
    to Germany it has
    we never had any problems
    in kung fu there is not only steel whips,
    but also leather whips as a weapon
    Changed by feihung (16-04-2010 at 2:54 pm) Reason: Insertion of the video instructions

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    This creates order in the cotton field.

  7. 16-04-2010, 15:35#7

    Quote by Sojobo
    Because I'm also an Indiana Jones fan, I got some cheap theater whips on ebay. Pops to a certain extent and are certainly not forbidden. And then of course there are these funny SM whips. But Indiana Jones style would be called a snakeskin whip. And I absolutely have to have one!
    Snakeskin? It looks nice, but it's not particularly stable. I once peeled off a dead grass snake that I found on the street, the skin can only be used for decorative purposes. It also flakes. But the braid pattern and the movements of the whip are both snake-like!

  8. 16-04-2010, 15:42#8

    In Central Asia, the whip and lasso are quite common. Maybe my Mongolian friends know how to do this

  9. 16-04-2010, 22:33#9

    I already have an idea how it could work. Today I tried braiding a coat around a rope out of four leather straps, it works very well and basically looks like a whip that can be bought. As a core, I would take many individual thin cords that get less towards the front, the whole thing wrapped with yarn at certain intervals gives a tapering piece of rope. As a total length I would aim for about four meters.

    I do not have very long leather straps, but I have already noticed earlier that a good overlapping bond with hard eagle owl over a certain length (1 to 2 cm is enough) is more tear-resistant than the strap itself. If you then turn it so that the glue line points outwards, it should last for a long time.
    Last edited by captainplanet; 04-16-2010 at 10:39 PM.

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  12. 17-04-2010, 15:09#12

    On the subject of the whip: I always thought the Indiana Jones whip was a bull whip of the snakewhip type. But that has nothing to do with the material, only with the properties: The Bullwhip has a rigid handle, the Snakewhip is flexible along its entire length and can be rolled with it. This means that it also allows greater lengths, but it is more difficult to handle. By the way, both "types" are made of standard cow leather.


    Uh, so snakeskin is only so brittle if it consists of the independently skinned skin of a snake. The stuff from which, for example. Handbags are stable and pure animal torture. To do this, the snake (usually a reticulated python) is first placed a gastric tube and the animal is filled with water until it bursts and left hanging alive for about 2 hours so that the skin stretches to the maximum. Then the snake is beheaded or skinned alive. Anyone who wants to call themselves animal-friendly in any way is not buying shit like that. Brutal is hardly possible.


    In retrospect, the order of both paragraphs was reversed so that whoever reads the correct answer. And when it comes to choking: you can in principle also with shoelaces, laptop charging cables, towels and jacket sleeves ... and they are all legal.
    Last edited by Malkavian; 04-17-2010 at 3:13 PM.

  13. 19-04-2010, 07:52#13

    Leather whips are not mentioned in the WaffG and are therefore legal to possess and use. They are not intended to be harmful to health by strangling them, although they may be capable of doing so. Nun-Chakus are explicitly mentioned as an example for "Erdrossel" weapons (No. 1.3.8 of Annex 2 to § 2 Paragraphs 2 to 4 WaffG), which is actually complete nonsense, but please apply the law.

  14. 29-04-2010, 01:49#14

    Snakeskin? It looks nice, but it's not particularly stable. I once peeled off a dead grass snake that I found on the street, the skin can only be used for decorative purposes.
    uh yeah, I can skin a rat and make a whip out of it

    A beautiful reticulated python of 5M length is made of leather that is thin but quite suitable for making a snakeskin whip. Of course, only if the tanner does everything correctly does not know whether you need particularly hard / soft leather. After all, snakeskin boots can only be used for decorative purposes.

    I haven't thought about the torture of animals up to now, but unfortunately it is godly true. The snake leather that I once got my hands on came from a naturally deceased snake that belonged to my father.
    Last edited by Katthedemon; 04-29-2010 01:54 AM.

  15. 10-05-2010, 16:19#15

    What if you just use synthetic leather?

    For example something like this:
    Reptile leather imitation

    P.S. However, it could be really difficult to build something in good quality yourself. I'd rather buy one, the selection is big enough

    Aunt Edith has two more links:
    http://bullwhip-info.com/whip_inform...good_whip.html
    The book here should be very useful: http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/0870...ref=sib_err_dp

    (If you can speak English)
    Last edited by Dracona; 10-05-2010 at 16:28.

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