Staff or Long Shaft
The Grandfather Of Weapons
In Chinese it is referred to as the Gun in Chinese.
It has the general term of "Grandfather Of Weapons."
King of Weapons
In Chinese it is referred to as the Chiang in Chinese.
It has a the general term of "King Of Weapons."
The chain whip is heavy but flexible, allowing it to be literally used as
a whip to hit, hook and bind an opponent, restrict his/her movement, and to
deflect blows from other weapons. The dart is used for slashing or piercing
an opponent. Because the whip is flexible, it can be used to strike
around obstacles, including an opponent's block. The whip chain can be
folded and hidden from view, making it an easy weapon to carry and conceal.
Chain whip uses techniques which many times wrap around the users body to
change it's direction and confuse the opponent. Common types of
wrapping go around the arms, legs, neck, and torso.
As with all flexible weapons the whip chain is hard to control without
practice. The chain whip is sometimes considered one of the hardest weapons
in martial arts to master.
In Chinese it is referred to as the Bian in Chinese.