Nothing feels better than launching a throwing knife toward a 4-inch bullseye and watching it firmly stick right in the middle. Knife throwing is as much of an art as it is a hobby because it requires concentration, practice and skill that will impress anyone in sight. While you can throw any knife at a target, it won't provide the precision and accuracy of a throwing knife specifically designed for the task.
Our selection of throwing knives has something for knife throwers of all levels and includes everything from throwing axes to throwing cards. If you're interested in becoming skilled in the art of knife throwing, check out our beginners guide to throwing knives for everything you need to know about getting started. Get in on the action with a throwing knife of your own.
Throwing Knife Safety
When learning to use your throwing knife, make sure that your practice area is located in a safe place. You should have a clear view of your surroundings in all directions, so if someone enters the area you can stop throwing your knife. Spectators are always welcome, but they should stand at least 10 feet behind you. Sometimes, a throwing knife can bounce back and could cause injury. And of course, never throw your knives at people or animals.
This knife is okay.
I spent several hours online to find the right set of knives and found these knives perfect for my daughter. The knives are great for beginners and have not chipped or lost there shape. I highly recommend these knives. We use a hard foam for practice which is perfect right out of the box. The knives have since been sharpened to be used on harder surfaces.
The knifes are really great! Balanced the right way!! And they came in the mail right on time!!
Quick shipment! Great knives!
Very well put together, nice sheath also for spear point
Decent throwing knives for their size.
These have a great feel to them possessing nice heft, but they're far from the lightest thing on the market. This may mean they hang too heavily on the belt for some people as all three sit in the same single pouch. I didn't buy from this site, so I can't say if the complete failure of my sheath (the leather de-laminated and began to tear within 5 hours of being on a belt) is a common problem or not. For those who don't like all their knives to touch in the sheath, a new sheath is recommended anyway. The handle cord does cut easily. While there are aesthetic and textural differences depending on whether the cord is on or off, I've found it to have negligible or no impact on the quality of the throws. Regarding size of the knives, I'm a 5'4" female and my husband is 6'3". We both like these blades for the balance, weight, and versatility. The handle grips well, with or without the cord, for mundane tasks as well as slides smoothly for throwing. I've even used the blades for some casual jobs like cutting back a vine at the edge of my property and opening plastic packaging. The black coating seems tough so far and they hold a reasonable edge versus plastic/PVC, wood, and earth. Expect a few dings and scratches if they impact concrete too often, though (duh). All in all, I'd recommend these any day of the week to a thrower or to anyone who likes to carry a multi-purpose knife and throws as a hobby.
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