Ninjastar - Today

Today

Modern shuriken, unlike historical ones, are most often made of stainless steel and are commercially available in many knife shops in Europe and North America or online. They are however illegal to possess or carry in some countries (e.g., Canada, Germany, United Kingdom (manufacture, sale, distribution and import)) while in some countries, such as the United States, some regions prohibit them (e.g., California, Indiana, New York), while others allow them. In some cases they may also be allowed but still subject to specific local legislation. Owners may be required to possess a certificate for the possession of knives.

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