Wind-and-fire wheels (simplified Chinese: 风火轮; traditional Chinese: 風火輪; pinyin: feng huo lun) are mêlée weapons, wielded as a pair, associated with Chinese martial arts such as baguazhang and taijiquan.
Each wheel is a flat metal ring approximately 38 cm (about 15 inches) diameter. One quarter-segment has a padded grip with a cross-guard; the other three segments have protruding flame-styled blades. With one wheel in each hand, the practitioner can slash, stab, parry, or disarm an opponent.
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