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Kershaw Ion Dagger Throwing Knives (Set of 3)

Kershaw Ion Dagger Throwing Knives (Set of 3)

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The 80's ninja movies called, they want their throwing knives back.
The pommel ring is also in the way, I find such rings often ruins my release. Checkthe Cold Steel throwing knives, especially the Jack Dagger ones. They are far better.
Will I be able to finally assassinate the shogun with these? The shadow clan shall rule this land.
this is just "mall ninja" shit. these are modeled after a kunai that the ninja used but didn't throw. originally gardening tools ninja used them to dig holes into walls and the ground along with close combat, not long distance throwing. i mean it COULD be thrown, but it really probably shouldn't
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I guess ill save the 20 bucks
paul.hudgins
This site needs a mall ninja category for those hobbit-strength grappling hooks, tactical trowels, titanium earwax scoops, exotic (as in made in the people's republic) kitchen utensils, and soy-based ersatz dairy products.
Not proper throwing knives. Too light (dangerous for throwing knives), and the sides are sharpened. Competition throwing knives do not have edges, the only have points. I think these are just 'for fun' throwing knives.
These are poorly made even from a reputable brand like Kershaw.
I had these back in 2015 and all three broke at the handle after a few throws. The paracord actually came off during the first throw - and no, it wasn't mishandled as much as they said it was.
I'd used to have the Perfect Point PP-028-3BK throwing knife. Great for beginners. The SOG F041TN is a versatile one which is also highly recommended based on that I've used it on hikes and out wilderness camping
Seems decent for $20... 4.5oz seems too light for a 9in throwing knife though.
I don't own these, and I'm not really a big knife person; but it's a set of throwing knives by a quality company for $20. It's really a no-brainer.
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Woops, replied in the general section instead of here. Check it out though.
Hey I'm really sorry for not replying back. I usually recommend these as peoples first knives to throw: https://www.bladehq.com/item--Condor-Dismissal-14-Throwing-Knife--16739
They are 14, and a decent weight, so they work well at various distances. They are also comfortable to hold for most people. I've shown hundreds of people how to throw and when I give people the choice of knives, more people choose these than any others that we have in our selection. Once you get serious about throwing, hit up Facebook and join some knife throwing groups (check http://www.ikthof.com or https://www.akta-usa.com/).
I recommend something like this if you ever go to competitions: https://algonquintradingpost.com/product/wolf/
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