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Develop an age-old traditional skill3 1/2" stainless steel axe headStrong, hardwood handleBalanced design for accuracyOverall length: 12 3/8"
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Tackle the age-old tradition of axe-throwing with this classic throwing hatchet! It has a 3 1/2" stainless steel axe head and a strong hardwood handle. This throwing hatchet has great balance so that it's easy to hit your target. If you want to really master axe-throwing, this is the throwing hatchet for you!
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Heads ok. Handle wood at top to hold axe head Metal filler ring which made the top of the wood handle much smaller. Ask head stuck into target handle broke all of them not worth the money
These are poorly designed for throwing axes. I bought five of them. Three of the handles broke off on the first throw, a fourth broke on the 3rd throw. They aren't designed to be able to rehead the blade on another shaft, so it's trash once broken.
Unfortunately I waited about 6 months till I took it out to test. It threw very well up to the fourth throw when I noticed a little wobble with the head. The fifth throw stuck but the handle just dropped to the ground. I thought it broke but, no the miniscule of adhesive dislodged and the wood in the head compacted no longer retained a tight fit. I tried drilling a hole for a screw in the top but, it only stays tight for two throws at best. I'll try some of the suggestions others mentioned
Nice balance. I ordered 3, Heads were a little loose so epoxy took care of that. They throw well.
This is not recommended for seriously hard work, it's not made to throw in to a tree but, for something similar to a dart board,and thrown litely not for Killin zombies or serious self-defense. Better to make a wall decor or something to look at.
This is a throwing ax folks. The ax head is supposed to come loose to keep the handle from breaking. It is not supposed to be sharp for cutting since it is designed to be thrown at wooden targets. It works fine when used for what it was designed for.
Poor excuse of a ax when I got it, but the fix is fairly easy, cut the nub off ,cut the alum. ring out, grind the end of handle down to a tight fit in the head, you'll have a shoulder on the handle, drill a hole through the center of head, put a 3 inch wood screw in in hole you drilled, screw in tight. I've been throwing since and the head not only stayed on it stayed tight on handle, it really throws good, it surprised me how good.
The axe head is made excellent. the handle is also good, however it was poorly put together.
As all the other reviews say the handle broke off after three throws.
Opened mine up and handle wasn't secure to the head. Stain from the handle was all over the head. No sharpness at all on blade