12 in. THICK Deluxe Kunai Knife 3pc SET - WHITE
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    These are our highest quality Kunai! All one piece of solid stainless steel construction, there are no welds or weak points. These Kunai are 12 inches long, 2 inches wide, and 1/2 inch thick! The holes will accommodate almost any finger size with ease. The cloth handle wrap is sewn into place and will not fall off from use. Includes heavy duty nylon sheath with plastic liners.

    From Ancient Japan to the Anime and video games of the present, Kunai knives have remained a trusted weapon choice for for ninjas.

    This item is not designed for use as a throwing knife.

    History of the Kunai knife:

    A kunai is an ancient kind of trowel, originated during the Tensho Era in Japan. The kunai was normally wrought of iron, not steel, cheaply forged and unpolished. The size of most kunai ranged from 20 cm to 60 cm, with the average at 40 cm. The kunai was used by common folk as multi-purpose gardening tools and by workers of stone and masonry. The kunai is not a knife, but something more akin to a wrecking bar. The blade was soft iron and unsharpened because the edges were used to smash plaster and wood, to dig holes and to pry. Normally only the tip would have been sharpened. The uses to which a kunai was put would have destroyed any heat-treated and sharpened tool like a knife.

    Kunai normally had a leaf-shaped blade and a handle with a ring on the pommel for attaching a rope. This would allow the kunai's handle to be wrapped to act as a grip, or when used as a weapon; to be strapped to a stick as an expedient spear, to be tied to the body for concealment, or to use as an anchor or piton.

    Contrary to popular belief, they were not designed as throwing weapons, though they can be thrown and cause damage. Instead, they are a thrusting and stabbing tool.

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