National Geographic Kung Fu Killers: From iron claws and meteor hammers to deer antler blades and emei needles, ancient Kung Fu weapons range greatly in shape and design, yet all have only one purpose - to injure. In the hands of a skilled assassin, even the humble chopsticks can become savage weapons. Brutal metal-link whips, miniature swords disguised as tobacco pipes, fans edges with razor-sharp blades and poison-tipped arrows are all lethal in their own right but pale in comparison with an almost mystical weapon of decapitation. This countdown reveals the ten deadliest Kung Fu weapons of all time, uncovering the dark secrets of their creation and the unbelievable ways in which they’ve been used.
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|Released:||February 27, 2007|
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