Throwing Knife - 1075 High Carbon Steel - Large 14"
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  • 1075 Carbon steel blade
  • Sharpened double edged tip
  • Perfectly balanced for throwing
  • 14" overall length

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This tough throwing knife is forged from one piece of 1075 High Carbon Steel with black epoxy powder coated finish. The sharpened double sided tip sails though the air with precision and punches hard into targets.

The handle comes with pre-drilled hole cutouts, making it easy to customize your knife with a paracord handle wrap. These holes can also be used for attaching stabilization streamers or for constructing a survival spear by lashing to a staff.

Accented by a center blood groove, this heavy weight thrower measures 14 in. overall.


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condor flies well Reviewed by David on Dec 10, 2013   5 out of 5

This knife is perfect for me. I favor large, heavy, long throwers of a foot or more in length due to their longer period of rotation, larger sweet range, and deep penetration. Due to anatomical limitations, I like throwing undressed, bare handled knives with index holes in handle. I use a "cigarette throw", with the knife between my fore and middle finger, and knuckles even with the third hole. After buffing away the sharp edges of the third hole, this knife was totally compatible with all-out forceful throwing style. I recommend it for those who want a tough knife. Since sharpening a knife is just no big deal, I don't mind in the least that this came a little dull. My only criticisms of this is that it is not in stainless steel, had a durable but chippable baked-on black paint job, and came without a sheath. Those things would likely have raised the price of this affordable thrower. If not thrown at rock walls or armored vehicles, this knife will likely last for years.



Great Thrower Reviewed by GA on Nov 22, 2013   4 out of 5

Very heavy and intimidating. Came extremely dull - edge was completely flat - so it took quite a bit of sharpening. Handle design could use some work for better comfort but very good overall.



What a beast Reviewed by P.willy on Sep 01, 2013   4 out of 5

Nice hefty knife can throw conventional or no spin style. I have had this thing a year and is still going strong. Wish the handle was a little nicer I would pay the extra money to make it that way! Otherwise this thing is a tank!!



Reviewed by Gus Callicoat on Aug 01, 2013   4 out of 5

great thrower tip will dull slightly but blade is so thick it does not matter



Reviewed by benji suarez on Feb 14, 2013   5 out of 5

This was my first throwing knife and the one I improved my technique with. The edges on this knife aren't meant to be that sharp. It's heavy, long and flies great! The weight of this knife makes it better at throwing from long distances as well. Great buy!



Reviewed by Dustin Klein on Sep 28, 2011   3 out of 5

I agree with Steven Villagomez It's also a bit difficult to throw, you should learn the no spin method to throw this thrower, but it's 1075 High carbon steel so it's really strong, also as well the edges need to be sharpened which helps the knife with penetration into the target, so these often hit the target on point but bounce back due to lack of penetration power.



Reviewed by Steven Villagomez on Sep 16, 2011   3 out of 5

It's a nice throwing knife or something to stab with. It came with no sheath so it'll be hard to figure out where to put these without worry. I plan on using paracord so I can make a gripable handle for this. The blade designed from a company called Condor knife and tool (never heard of it) and made in El Salvador if I read it correctly. It seems durable. The reason why I have this a 3/5 has nothing to do with Trueswords, they are great. It's the blade itself that was the problem. The only sharp part is the point. The 2 sides are not sharp or anything like it, it seemed like a false edge or extremely dulled out that it wouldn't be used as a butter knife. Hopefully a sharpener can fix this. Overall, it's a nice knife and I'm sure the only way to throw this is using the no spin technique, if you can do that (I'm learning from videos) then you should get this blade.



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