About Ninja Shuriken Throwing
Silent, deadly, treacherous, easily hidden. Each of these words describes the highly trained, invincible Ninja warrior- and his lethal weapon, the shuriken. Known as the Throwing Star, this weapon of stealth is but one part of the Ninja's arsenal.
Designed for warfare, the shuriken is mainly used to injure the enemy. Yet when thrown with deadly accuracy, the long, stiletto-tipped stars can slice the vital points of the assailant, draining his life's blood.
So expertly used by the Ninja of the past, this weapon of stealth could very well save you in the event you need a simple, silent, and effective self-defense weapon.
About Sid Campbell
Grandmaster Sid Campbell was the founding president of the World Okinawan Shorin-Ryu Karate-Do & Kobudo Association, and he was the first American to open a Shorin-Ryu Shorinkan dojo in the United States.
Born Sept. 29, 1944, in Montgomery, Ala., the 10th-degree black belt became interested in martial arts and weaponry during a stint with the Navy in Okinawa during the Vietnam War. Campbell spent the next 45 years engulfed in the field.
The hanshi, or teacher of teachers, taught more than 15,000 students. He created his own school in Oakland in 1966, specializing in the shorin-ryu method of karate. In addition, he was the founding president of the World Okinawan Shrorin-Ryu Karate-Do and Kobudo Association and supervised almost 50 karate schools and senseis worldwide.