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Whetstone Cutlery Set of 3 Ninja Stealth Throwing Knives with Nylon Case
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- Set of 3 throwing knives with a nylon case for carrying or storage
- Knives measure 6.5-inches long overall
- Black nylon sheath included
- Circle loop on the end of each knife
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The set of three Ninja Kunai knives comes with a case that you can keep them in. Carry on your belt or in your backpack. When camping, bust them out and practice learning your new skill 6.5-Inch overall (knife) Set of three knives black nylon sheath included circle loop on the end of the knife. These are compact and fit nicely in the palm of your hand. Well balanced and weight is perfect!
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As for size, the entire size of one knife is just about 6.5" with the blade being about 4". Like it's been said, don't expect some massive fantasy kunai, your hand will NOT be filled by the hilt unless you have infant sized hands. In all honesty, the knives were actually BIGGER than I had been expecting, not that I'm complaining.
As it's been said, you'll probably want to put SOMETHING on the "ring" to help you find it after you whip it. I'm either planing on sticking some orange tape around the bottom of the ring OR I might just wrap it around the hilt. If you do that though, don't put any thing to thick or heavy on it or the shift in weight just might make it harder to throw straight.
The carrier is pretty nice too, better quality than I expected for sure.
Anyway, for the price alone, this set is worth it, very sturdy and pretty nifty too. Makes for a nice, inexpensive gift or door prize as well. (Well, I can't really see giving away throwing knives as a door prize, could be some legal issues there depending on the event... yeah anyway)
Overall, 5 stars for a product that's very satisfying for both me and my wallet.
I have never thrown any kind of shuriken, but when I first got these, I was already throwing them all over the place, and getting them stuck. They aren't sharp on the edges, but these aren't knifes. Some may call them "throwing knifes", but they are not. Shurikens are just pointed on the edges, and no where else. They come in a very nice sheath as well. They are light, not weightless, but what one should expect.
These aren't made for killing, and it is extremely difficult to throw these at a very long range. Even if they bounce off, they can still leave a nasty cut. They are efficient stabbing tools, but like I said, they can't cut. I suppose you could sharpen them, but they have a white band on the sides and tip that chips off.
A lot of people say that they bend with the first throw or so. That doesn't seem true. I have been throwing these all day, at a variety of things. They didn't bend one bit. Not even a little. Maybe they will bend if you throw it at a rock, or very strong wood, but mine didn't bend at all.
So, in conclusion, these are very, VERY affordable, and very efficient, easy to use, fun Shurikens.
I know that knives dull, and I know that they chip and dent, and I know that the cord at the bottom comes off. I just didn't expect it to happen within the hour (dull in the first day, almost unstickable by the second with the cord off and a few chips). Also, I was only hitting wood with these targets, actually a piece of 1/2 inch plywood in my basement. I never stuck or hit anything but wood, or maybe there'd be an explanation for the dulling.
Overall, I would say these are fine if you want to spend a day seeing if you like to throw knives. If you want to get up the next day and throw again, buy a better knife. And even then, I'm sure starting with a different knife would give you a totally different perspective on throwing knives, since it would be easier to learn with.