Schrade Throwing Knife Set

Jan 18, 2016

Category: Gear

You can tell that the knife-makers at Schrade enjoy what they do, and they know that weapons don’t have to necessarily signify death and harm. Their new 3 Pc. Throwing Knife Set exemplifies that perfectly, as these knifes are clearly intended for recreational use.

Sure, they can still be dangerous, as they have a 5.64-inch blade. But, they’re aimed at those who want to practice their throwing knife skills. In fact, the edge of the blades aren’t sharp, so that throwers can grip the blade without harming themselves. This means that users can practice their spin throwing skills by safely gripping the blade. These 10-inch throwing knives are made with stainless steel, and they’re protected with a stone washed finish. They’re beautiful-looking blades, and they come with a rugged belt sheath as well as three paper targets. The set is available for $37. [Purchase]

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