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3 Badass Make-Your-Own “Ninja Weapons” You Should Add To Your Survival Arsenal

In feudal Japan during the 15th century, warring Lords and aristocrats hired a deadly class of hired mercenaries to do their dirty work…

… the Ninja!

Masters at everything from sabotage to assassination, the Ninja trained in a wide variety of tools and weapons to accomplish their missions.

While you may think that the Ninja are little more than “fantasy fighters”, their training and weapons offer some very interesting options for your survival weapons arsenal.  In fact…

Here Are 3 Badass Make Your Own “Ninja Weapons”
You Should Add To Your Survival Arsenal…

Ninja Survival Weapons That Really Work
For the best survival weapons, sometimes you have to improvise…

Improvised “Throwing Stars”

Unlike the Hollywood ninja movies you may have seen, throwing stars were never meant to penetrate the forehead and cause instant death.

They’re more for a “distraction attack” to allow the warrior to close the distance and use a weapon that was deadlier.

When you give up thinking of them as the 1-star killers that Hollywood has made them to be, you can substitute anything that’s more covert and yet can be thrown the same way.

Large washers… broken glass… a handful of coins or nails… baby kittens…

The best technique is to use a “frizbee” type throw with these objects and use that distraction to quickly get to a deadlier weapon and follow up your attack.

Improvised “Blinding Powder”

You can’t defend what you can’t see.

Blinding powder would be thrown in the eyes of an enemy and completely tear down their primary sense for defending themselves.

I learned a really cool improvised version of this from a friend of mine who is a real Ninja, trained in Japan.

If you’ve ever gotten a single speck of sand in your eye at the beach, you know it hurts like hell and all you can think about is getting that sharp, gritty sand out of your watering eye.

So get yourself one of those plastic cigar holders and fill it with some sand-box sand.

When confronted by an aggressive attacker – even if surrounded by multiple thugs – covertly uncap the cigar tube and in the same “frizbee” backhand motion, quickly whip out a cloud of sand in a wide arc aimed at the eyes of your attackers.

Seize the moment with a fast escape or get to a weapon that you can use to defeat your enemy – like this one…

Improvised “Sword”

The Ninja’s weapon of choice was the “katana”, which was often carried on his back (or arguably a Kodachi sword).

Of course, for survival purposes, you don’t want to be walking around with a giant Samurai sword on your back like you’re Michonne from the Walking Dead..

Think more like the machete fight scene from “The Book Of Eli”.

The machete is a common utility tool so you can stay covert… but in combat, it’s just as deadly as a “sword” (in the right hands).

Plus, they’re easy to find, even in remote 3rd world countries.

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But guns need ammo... are loud... make you a "target"... and can break, be stolen, or even confiscated during times of chaos and martial law!

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What Are Some Other Modern-Day “Ninja Weapons” You Can Think Of For Your Survival Arsenal?

Please Share Your Ideas Below Now…

  • AJ Williams says:

    Course ground pepper hurts way worse than sand.and amazingly will go a pretty fair distance.

    • I like this, I buy it at Costco regularly. Be good to stock up on now.

  • A machete might actually be more common in a third-world country that a developed country like the USA. The machete whacks plants aside in the jungle,while developed countries send it a team of ax-men with chain saws. I, for one, have never seen a machete here in America.

    • I am retired from working at an elementary school. When landscapers came to install grass that came in rolls and was carried by fork trucks. What did they carry around during school hours? Machetes!
      My neighbors get to see me limb tree branches and cut brush that those men with chainsaws cut first, with a machete!

      • More effective than a machete is a double edged sword. Your opponent can grab the back of the machete blade to disarm you… cannot be done so easily with a sword.

    • Lowes is a great place to find machetes. Ace hardware, and Harbor Freight, too.

  • Might also point out that ninjas might deliberately use rusty shirukens–tetanus was one of their weapons!

  • Meanderlin says:

    Well, this idea is kind of odd, but I have a lovely yoga mat bag that also holds a 21” maple rolling pin. I could get away with carrying it nearly anywhere. If needed, could grab it – the bag, it has a pretty substantial drawstring – easily and swing it, hopefully making contact. I’ve practiced some to get the best swing without having it swing all the way around to ME!

    • Good idea! Q: How heavy is your 12″ maple rolling pin?

      • Meanderlin says:

        It’s 21” long. I think that’s likely what you meant. I don’t know, but it has a good feel in the swing. I also have access to lots of wood pieces from tree branches. Maybe I’ll gather some other things and see how a heavier weight would feel. Whatever I put in the yoga bag, no one but me will know – until I need (hopefully never) to use it.

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