United Cutlery Tomahawk Throwing Knife Set (3-Piece), Black
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- Three Piece Knife Set
- 5 1/2" Overall
- 2 1/2" Blade
- Stainless Steel
- Nylon Sheath Included
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At 5.5" in length, each knife is easily concealable under a sleeve or pant leg. The pointed ends on the knives can help you increase the speeds of your throws. You're certain to be pleased with the results! Includes nylon sheath.
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Out and practice all day with just one. So the day finally
Came when I went and set up wooden planks and boards to hit not trees because they have not hit a living organism yet for that is not their
Purpose until the time is right. When the moment came I could feel that energy growing stronger. When I held it in my hand I stared at the target moved my arm back and with a sudden burst of energy the knife was thrown. I must have been overwhelmed by its power because the first throw hit the board with such a powerful force it actually
Split the board
In half almost hitting the tree it was leaned up against. And the board breaking sounded like thunder. And when it struck I looked up and heard the battle cry of a mighty hawk. If you need a strong throwing knife This is the one!
they are of a good enough weight for their size but the overall shape makes them difficult to throw using the thorn style no flip throw. When I used a flip throw I found they were good for about one and a half rotations. Any farther then that and they don't stick.
The handle is one aspect of these knives I do not like. Firstly they weakened the general structure of the handle in order to balance the knives. I understand why they did this but, it leaves the handle feeling very brittle. I feel like I could break them in my bear hands if I'm not careful. I don't even want to think about what would happen if it hit the plank back end first too many times. There is also a nonstick coating on the knives. This is a both good and bad as it keeps your hand from accidentally sticking to the knife when you are trying to throw it, but it also makes it difficult to grip and a safety hazard to those around you.
That being said for under 10 bucks its a pretty solid set for beginners. bad for long ranges but otherwise a fair purchase
havent tried it since i plan on giving it as a gift. seems sturdy and can probably handle dry wall, cardboard or cork board. it's good as a gift if starting out or if you have a friend who likes having weapons.
The only flaws would be that they scuff easily. If you throw them at a surface that is too hard, they will scratch the finish and possibly dull the sides. If I was throwing at a bigger target, that wouldn't be an issue.
The case is well constructed. The wrist strap fits well and the only thing I would complain about would be the Velcro holding the knives is weak, but it doesn't do much anyway.
I am satisfied with these knives. If you are a beginner, these would work well for you. Definitely what it is worth. You shouldn't be disappointed.