Throwing Knives

Throwing Knives
4.1
1077

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.

My fav new thrower.

Quality materials with a unique shape. Easy and fun to throw.

To say that this knife is not a real throwing knife because it is too sharp to throw by the blade, so dulling the blade to make it "really fun to throw" was the answer. Well, this knife is made for both throwing as it is by its handle as well as for the usual duties that a Bowie was designed for. And regardless of what Jim Bowie is shown throwing his blade in the Hollyweird Movies, no one of that era would have the time to take his knife out of his sheath, place it properly with his fingers, hold the blade correctly, then aim it with precision before throwing it at what was coming his way. Pretty much the same today. You take this knife from it's sheath by the handle and throw it if you have time. If not, holding it by the handle will suffice. Another great knife by Cold Steel!

Tough knife that flies true.

New to knife throwing, so this is the first set of throwing knives Iv'e tried. One broke coming off a wood target, after a lot of use. It was probably damaged from a previous (bad) throw, because they seem to be made well.

1) the handles are rounded it doesn't A) dig into your hand B) if they hit each other it's better for the knives 2) They're well balanced. I'm new to knife throwing I like them I do recommend them.

Very sharp well balanced and very fun to throw hours of fun and no broken tips