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Ace Martial Arts Supply Ninja Stealth Black Throwing Knives with Nylon Case (Set of 3)
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- Material: 440 Stainless Steel
- Overall Length: 6.5
- Set of 3 throwing knives with a nylon case for carrying or storage
- Black nylon sheath included
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If you are looking to buy and it's your first set I would recommend the set of 12 so you can throw more before walking back and forth. It also gives you more repetition in one setting before moving so you get used to throwing faster.
The steel is pretty soft, being 440 stainless, but since they don't need to hold an edge, that's fine. The paint comes off from repeated contact with things like cardboard and wood and hitting other knives, so expect scratches. I actually used sand paper and a Dremel to strip the paint off one, which revealed that the blade is not exactly precision ground. There are deeper grooves that are perpendicular to the axis of the blade that were filled in with paint. Really not a huge deal, but took some additional elbow grease to smooth that out.
The biggest reason for subtracting two starts from this review is that the knives are actually not consistently made. I got two sets ordered a week apart. The case is different between them, and the first set had knives that are slightly longer and symmetrical, while the second set had slightly shorter blades with the central ridge/spine being off center on one side of the blade. I don't know enough about knife throwing to say whether this will affect accuracy, but I think it'll definitely affect precision/consistency if your knives aren't all the same. Looking at the customer images in other people's reviews, I see even more variations in them.
Still, at $9 or so, these are a decent deal, and replacing them as they chip/break isn't that bad. Six knives seems about right for target practice, so I'm happy with these for now.
One of the first things I noticed was that the ring was quite small. This wasn't too much of a problem, especially since I did not plan to throw using the ring, but it may have been nice to have it as an option.
Contrary to many others, the wrapping on the handle has stayed quite firm so far. The edges may fray, but it will not come off easily, and can be secured by using hot glue, super glue, any other fast drying adhesive, or tape as a last resort.
I have noticed that the knives are weighted towards the handle. While it could simply be due to my inexperience, I found this weight slightly uncomfortable with a pinch grip, but it does seem to help the knife's velocity.
My favorite features of the knife are its dull edges, very sharp tip, ease of throwing (much more comfortable than the Perfect Points), resilience to mistreatment thus far, and overall great looks. The only issue I have had so far is the imbalance, but this may have been deliberately changed to accommodate for different throwing styles.
Tl;dr: great knives, excellent handles, sharp blades, regret not buying more at once.