Throwing Knife History

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Bullseye History & Information

Bullseye History & Information

Way back when, English longbow Yeomen would often practice their archery by shooting at a bull's skull. Hitting the eye was considered a great feat of marksmanship. Another term originated from this activity -- because arrows follow a curved trajectory...
IKTHOF - History of the International Knife Throwers Hall of Fame

IKTHOF - History of the International Knife Throwers Hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame was opened in September 2003. In 2018, the International Knife Throwers Hall of Fame celebrates its 16th year of excellence in honoring the legends and preserving the history of knife throwing. Throughout the 16th anniversary,...
Throwing Knives - General Overview

Throwing Knives - General Overview

Throwing knives are commonly made of a single piece of steel or other material, without handles, unlike other types of knives. The knife has two sections, the "blade" which is the sharpened half of the knife and the "grip" which is not sharpened. The...
Throwing Knives History - Central Africa

Throwing Knives History - Central Africa

Throwing knives saw use in central Africa. The wide area they were used over means that they were referred to by a number of names such as Kulbeda, Pinga and Trombash. These weapons had multiple iron blades and were used for warfare and hunting. A maximum...


The Art of Throwing Knives