Cold Steel True Flight Thrower Knife

May 17, 2016

Category: Gear

If you’ve ever owned a knife, you’ve probably gone out to your back yard and given it a couple tosses at the nearest wooden fence or tree. More often than not, this doesn’t deliver the desired effect, but that all can change with this specially designed True Flight throwing knife from Cold Steel.

Your regular pocket or field knife thuds unceremoniously into the dirt or bounces off of your target because unlike the True Flight, they aren’t weighted to sail through the air, nor is the material they are made out of chosen for its resilience when striking tough targets. Made from 1055 carbon steel and finished with a matte black baked-on finish that resist scratches and dings, you can chuck this knife down range with confidence – even if you are still trying to hone your aim. All 9.7 ounces of this blade are distributed in a manner designed to help propel this blade through the air, while the paracord-wrapped handle and Cor-Ex sheath provide for ample protection and safe storage when you pack it all up for the day. Prices start at $19. [Purchase]

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