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3 throwing knives in setSolid stainless steel constructionIncludes a durable nylon sheath5 1/2" overall length
These smaller size throwers are ideal for beginners or accomplished knife throwers with years of experience. All three of them are made of one solid piece of stainless steel with an eye-catching two-tone black and sliver finish. The double-edged blades offer piercing points for maximum target penetration. The cut-out designs in the handle offer a well-balanced distribution of weight as well as aesthetic appeal. You can store and carry all three of these throwers in the included nylon pouch.
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Picked these up as I was interested in learning some throwing techniques and the BOGO is a nice benefit. The blades and point are pretty sharp. I am still learning the proper throwing motions but I was able to stick these in the box they came in pretty easily. With a bit more practice I was sailing them through the box and impacting the wall behind it. I would not want to be on the receiving end of one of these.
The Nylon pouch has a belt loop band and there are also two elastic straps for what I assume would be forearm or leg carry? One would need some thin arms or ankles to get this on that way as those bands are not that large.
Depending on where you live, these would not be legal to carry, but for target practice/fun and/or learning a new skill, getting two sets for the price of one is not a bad deal.
Easy to grip and throw. Pretty solid and a quick run on a stone every once in a while keeps them sharp
These sharp little knives are very balanced and accurate. I play darts with them on an old dart board, with the metal ring removed. My grouping are sometimes so tight that I've beaten up the tips quite a bit, but I just sharpen them on a rough stone and they keep the new edge, very sharp and durable.