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Tomahawk Throwing

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  1. sharpshooterjd

    sharpshooterjd Veteran Member Vendor

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    Having some fun throwing tomahawks/axes at a few logs in my pasture! In this video, I'll be working on some single spin precision throwing, doing some challenges and splitting some targets from a few different camera angles! In the next video, I'm going to try my hand at some long distance throwing and maybe some trick shots/trick throws as well (give me some suggestions in the comments). Hope you enjoyed! And I really hope this inspires you to get some tomahawks for yourself. They are a ton of fun, and as I said in the video, it doesn't matter too much how much you spend on them. They can get pricey, so it's better to have a cheap set than none at all. But a higher quality set will last you longer, might stick a little easier, and will probably take more abuse which can be good if you're a beginner thrower. Either way, make sure you get ones that look like these with the long wood handle, and the traditional tomahawk style head. You'll probably have better luck with this style over the newer all metal ones. Subscribe and ring the bell to see more videos on primitive weapons and metal working and to get notified when I post the next video!

     
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  2. Bone

    Bone Veteran Member Staff Member Moderator Admin

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    Nice job throwing the hatchets. Looks like a lot of fun too!
     
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  3. oldmiser

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    I did have a couple trade name Hawks Bleed Heart long handle
    use in Black Powder days at week end rendavoo's there a lot of fun
    Thanks for sharing akaOldmiser
     
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  4. Fletch

    Fletch Veteran Member

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    You seem to have an unnatural fascination with sharp, dangerous, flying things.......I salute you...
     
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  5. sharpshooterjd

    sharpshooterjd Veteran Member Vendor

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    Thanks Bone! They are very fun! I don't use them much either so it was good to switch it up a bit.
     
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  6. sharpshooterjd

    sharpshooterjd Veteran Member Vendor

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    Definitely fun :). Thanks for watching man!
     
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  7. sharpshooterjd

    sharpshooterjd Veteran Member Vendor

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    You got me there lol. I've always loved primitive weapons. Been enjoying them for over 8 years now :). All different types too. They are all fun and challenging in their own way.
     

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