Kunai

Like most eastern weapons the Kunai found its origins as a simple tool, most likely a masonry trowel or fulcrum; yet another testament as to how simple peasants found creative uses for their implements during wartime. In the hands of a skilled martial artist, or ninja, the Kunai was used to smash plaster, cut into wood, pry door locks and dig holes for quick escape routes. They were not primarily designed to act as throwing weapons, though can be thrown to cause damage. Instead they are usually used as a thrusting and stabbing weapon. Fits most standard minifig hands.

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Kunai - Black (silver blade print)
Like most eastern weapons the Kunai found its origins as a simple tool, most likely a masonry trowel or fulcrum; yet another testament as to how simple peasants found creative uses for their implements during wartime. In the hands of a skilled martial artist, or ninja, the Kunai was used to smash plaster, cut into wood, pry door locks and dig holes for quick escape routes. They were not primarily designed to act as throwing weapons, though can be thrown to cause damage. Instead they are usually used as a thrusting and stabbing weapon. Fits most standard minifig hands.

Our price: $0.55
Quantity (598 available)
Kunai - Carbon
Like most eastern weapons the Kunai found its origins as a simple tool, most likely a masonry trowel or fulcrum; yet another testament as to how simple peasants found creative uses for their implements during wartime. In the hands of a skilled martial artist, or ninja, the Kunai was used to smash plaster, cut into wood, pry door locks and dig holes for quick escape routes. They were not primarily designed to act as throwing weapons, though can be thrown to cause damage. Instead they are usually used as a thrusting and stabbing weapon. Fits most standard minifig hands.

Our price: $0.50
Quantity (151 available)
Kunai - Gold
Like most eastern weapons the Kunai found its origins as a simple tool, most likely a masonry trowel or fulcrum; yet another testament as to how simple peasants found creative uses for their implements during wartime. In the hands of a skilled martial artist, or ninja, the Kunai was used to smash plaster, cut into wood, pry door locks and dig holes for quick escape routes. They were not primarily designed to act as throwing weapons, though can be thrown to cause damage. Instead they are usually used as a thrusting and stabbing weapon. Fits most standard minifig hands.

Our price: $0.50
Quantity (280 available)
Kunai - Lime Green
Like most eastern weapons the Kunai found its origins as a simple tool, most likely a masonry trowel or fulcrum; yet another testament as to how simple peasants found creative uses for their implements during wartime. In the hands of a skilled martial artist, or ninja, the Kunai was used to smash plaster, cut into wood, pry door locks and dig holes for quick escape routes. They were not primarily designed to act as throwing weapons, though can be thrown to cause damage. Instead they are usually used as a thrusting and stabbing weapon. Fits most standard minifig hands.

Our price: $0.50
Quantity (289 available)
Kunai - Silver
Like most eastern weapons the Kunai found its origins as a simple tool, most likely a masonry trowel or fulcrum; yet another testament as to how simple peasants found creative uses for their implements during wartime. In the hands of a skilled martial artist, or ninja, the Kunai was used to smash plaster, cut into wood, pry door locks and dig holes for quick escape routes. They were not primarily designed to act as throwing weapons, though can be thrown to cause damage. Instead they are usually used as a thrusting and stabbing weapon. Fits most standard minifig hands.

Our price: $0.50
Quantity (769 available)
Kunai - Steel
Like most eastern weapons the Kunai found its origins as a simple tool, most likely a masonry trowel or fulcrum; yet another testament as to how simple peasants found creative uses for their implements during wartime. In the hands of a skilled martial artist, or ninja, the Kunai was used to smash plaster, cut into wood, pry door locks and dig holes for quick escape routes. They were not primarily designed to act as throwing weapons, though can be thrown to cause damage. Instead they are usually used as a thrusting and stabbing weapon. Fits most standard minifig hands.

Our price: $0.50
Quantity (383 available)