Knife Throwing

Knife Throwing
Author : Harry K. McEvoy
Publisher : Tuttle Publishing
Total Pages : 112
Release : 1989-12-15
ISBN 10 : 0804810990
ISBN 13 : 9780804810999
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Knife Throwing Book Description:

"Knife Throwing is the most authoritative guide on every aspect of the sport. From knives and knife throwing techniques to competition and advice, as well as profiles of pioneers and legends in the field, this book covers it all." —Bobby Branton, President of American Knife Thrower's Alliance (AKTA) Not only is knife throwing fun, but it is also a great sport, entertainment, recreation and exercise. It can be an enjoyable hobby, pastime, or even a profession, and the fundamentals are easy to learn. Anyone who can throw a stick, stone, or baseball can also learn how to throw a knife with skill and accuracy. All you need is a good knife-designed for the purpose, whether made to throw by the handle or blade, a target, and a small portion of the backyard for the throwing range. Few sports can provide so much recreation at so little cost. Knife throwing is a sport in which individual skills can be developed to a very high degree. Expert knife throwing, like great proficiency in any other sport, is formed by natural aptitude and instinct combined with that one magic ingredient: practice! In Knife Throwing by American Knife Thrower's Alliance founder, Harry McEvoy, demonstrates how to throw a knife successfully in chapters such as: It's Fun to Throw a Knife Choice of Weapons How to Throw a Knife How to Develop "Pin-Point" Accuracy How to Select a Throwing Knife Targets: How and Where Tomahawks and Bowies Safety Measures, Rules, and Care of Knives The Professionals Hunting: A New Twist to an Old Sport Tales, Legends and People


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