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robnunchucks
robnunchucks

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Location: manchester uk
Member Since: 14th Jul 2004
Total posts: 363
Posted:how do guys and girls this is just a quick vid i've knocked together with a lot of new ideas for nunchuck moves in it the staffers amongst you can proberly tell where alot of the moves came from biggrin








anyways i hope the chuckers amongst you find it helpfull and get some good ideas from it ubbidea

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My nunchucks vital statictics biggrin

weight: 500g
handle lenght: 16 inches
chain length: 2 inches

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faith enfire
faith enfire

wandering thru the woods of WI
Location: Wisconsin
Member Since: 27th Jan 2006
Total posts: 3556
Posted:very cool, so very jealous
great control
they seem so attracted to my face...i'll just stick with staff(no pun intended)

the leg move is so 80's (what was it called the cheese grater or something like that) never saw that one before


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robnunchucks
robnunchucks

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Location: manchester uk
Member Since: 14th Jul 2004
Total posts: 363
Posted:lol cheese grater? i love that im gona have to try and slip it into casual conversation smile
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My nunchucks vital statictics biggrin

weight: 500g
handle lenght: 16 inches
chain length: 2 inches

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Dster
Dster

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Location: clarksville,tn
Member Since: 29th Oct 2004
Total posts: 57
Posted:Dude i am so loving your chucks .

Were dud u find them . Cause i have been looking and looking for a set .


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Dster
Dster

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Location: clarksville,tn
Member Since: 29th Oct 2004
Total posts: 57
Posted:dude . Do u have the videos of it of fire .

Cause i am big in to the chucks .


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Rellizate
Rellizate

old hand
Location: Cambridge, UK
Member Since: 10th Feb 2007
Total posts: 719
Posted:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHETpplSt1g&mode=user&search=
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxaDXYwm-GU&mode=user&search=

Those is his using them on fire.

Rob makes his chucks. Follow his tutorial, it's simple (it has to be, cause I did it ok).

http://www.soton-firespinning.co.uk/index.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=209


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robnunchucks
robnunchucks

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Location: manchester uk
Member Since: 14th Jul 2004
Total posts: 363
Posted:thanks for posting all the links for me rellizate any chance you could post a picture of the chuxs you made i've spoke to afew people who said they used the guide to build there chux but i've yet to actualy see a finished pair. i'ed love to see how they turned out biggrin

My nunchucks vital statictics biggrin

weight: 500g
handle lenght: 16 inches
chain length: 2 inches

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Rellizate
Rellizate

old hand
Location: Cambridge, UK
Member Since: 10th Feb 2007
Total posts: 719
Posted:Sure here you go:

I didn't understand how you secured the wick on, was this correct? Also, do you have msn, skype or AIM? If so can you please PM me your details, I want to talk about some stuff with you.

When I get some more metal, I will be making 2 more pairs. One for practising inside (without stinking out my house) and one for doubles! Also, how uch clearence do you leave between the wick and the grip tape? I left 7cm which I don't think is enough. Note, I used 50cm of 65mm wick.

Here is my first set of firechucks:
http://img177.imageshack.us/img177/7484/dscf0097hr8.jpg
http://img187.imageshack.us/img187/8075/dscf0097ki9.jpg (larger image)


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