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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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I have been "into" throwing knives since I was a small lad and since I still have a lot of kid in me, I still enjoy the hobby. I have a large, rather soft post in my backyard near the barn that I practice with.
These knives are small. They are also black. This creates problems. Unless you are working in a completely bare area it is quite easy to loose the things. I took care of that with a can of bright yellow spray paint on the handles.
These little knives are absolutely ideal for the beginner as they ARE NOT SHARP when you receive them. Folks to start with razor sharp knives end up with nasty little cuts no matter how they hold the knife or what technique they try to use at first. Better to be safe while learning before you graduated to the "real thing." The points of these knives do tend to break with hurled into a harder surface so I would suggest you use them on something relatively soft.
Due to the lack of sharpness and the low cost of these knives, they are ideal for teaching the grandsons and granddaughters this art. It is a wonderful tool for teaching eye/hand coordination and so much for fun and healthy then having them set in front of a computer game. The primary objective of teaching the beginner is technique and accuracy. These fit that objective perfectly.
All in all for the price, these a pretty nifty little knives...as long as you don't expect too much.
They hold up pretty well for bouncing off the wall multiple times. I could've done without the "stealth" part when I'm trying to find them in the grass, but I was looking for the cheapest thing out there...
One of the nicest aspects of these knives is that although they technically have an edge, it really hasn't seen a sharpening stone at all, which lets you decide where you want the sharpened area to be - point, single edge or double edge.
Another nice perk is that although the picture above shows a black cord grip, mine actually came with red, making the knives easier to find. After about 20 minutes throwing I decided to strip apart some yarn and tie a "feather streamer" through the loop of each knife to further facilitate finding them, but the red wrapping was bright enough for the task.
Finally, the sheath is that cheap-ish nylon material that's so common for knives these days, but there's a polyester interior that keeps the blades from catching. Not a great product, but again - does its job right out of the box. Great gift for a teenager since the blades are dull enough to prevent most accidental cuts, and too small to really be used for anything but throwing.
If you're looking for a blade that can actually be held as a blade, check out Expendables movie throwing Kunai, as they are a full foot long with a handle that can be comfortably gripped.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought they would be thicker, I was wrong. Good for a patio practice throw.Published 1 month ago by ICe
These are more for show off and decoration than actual throwing. My husband and I wanted to use these for my karate training (he is a double black belt trained by a grand master),... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Anna Daly-Basis
Was disappointed. Purchased for nephew and father who into martial arts. When arrived caution on box stating toxic rating in CA. Did not givePublished 2 months ago by Debi Piser
hey i still have these years later, some of the tips are slightly bent from missing targets, but other than that a good buyPublished 5 months ago by Zir