The Smith & Wesson Throwing Knives 3-Pack feature stainless-steel blades and stainless-steel handles for strength and durability. The set of 3 knives includes a nylon sheath that holds the knives for easy transport. 4.8 oz. 5" blade length. 10" overall length.
Features and Benefits
2Cr13 stainless steel is durable
Nylon sheath holds all 3 knives
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Smith & Wesson Throwing Knives 3-Pack
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Rated 5 out of
BEST KNIVES EVER!!!!!I bought these knives about a week ago and they are great! they are great for throwing and they are balanced perfectly very durable!!!! and if you are going to by knives for throwing you definitely need to get larger knives they seem easier to throw to me.
Date published: 2015-03-08
Rated 5 out of
nice set of knivesi have had a set of thses for 8 months now , and thrown them hundreds of times, and they are still in great shape.
i have had a few people try them out, and by mis throws they have bounced off concrete and the only damage that occured was a chipped point on one knife.
very good set for a beginner.
Date published: 2014-12-29
Rated 4 out of
Good for beginnersI bought this set to learn how to throw knives. For the price, these are great. They have a good weight and size. So far they've taken quite a beating and haven't cracked.
Date published: 2014-07-25
Rated 2 out of
BrokeBroke after a month. I learned how to throw using these, but now that I have the hang of it (and know not to throw it like a fastball) I've got two left. One broke clean in half, and one of the remaining two is cracked on one side of the middle hole.
Not as durable as you would think with stainless steel.