Knife Throwing Lesson on No Spin Technique – Epic Blade Time




Knife Throwing Lesson on No Spin Technique this is the technique I know the least about but I will share what I know.. Based off of Houzan Suzuki and Ryan …

29 thoughts on “Knife Throwing Lesson on No Spin Technique – Epic Blade Time

  1. 2Toupourtous says:

    The way you explain this throw seems very different than Ralph Thorn's. He talks about wriste action, wich seems kind of illogical, but seems to be working. At list for him! I'll try again tomorrow the way YOU do it. And consider a bit more the importance of the balance point. It's a good point I think. Thanks you!

  2. Jeff Clark says:

    I find when I use the no throw method I never miss! Great video I have shared this with a fiew people , very good instruction! It seems that I learn faster by watching thanks! And a like and subscribe!

  3. Ricky G says:

    Nice throwing! Will this technique work with a knife, like a True Flight and how would I push the knife? Blade flat, or from the spine of the knife? Thanks for sharing!

  4. Ricky G says:

    Nice throwing. Will this technique work with a knife, like a True Flight, and if so, which way should I push the blade? Blade flat, or from the spine of the knife? Thanks for sharing!

  5. requirezapen says:

    Mad tut some good info I'm just moving to the no spin throw now didn't care to much for it but once you start you can get addicted to no spin throws just a question when u throw blades no spin do u find the blade between two fingers more comfortable than say the index on on spine once again a quality vid

  6. FlyingAxblade says:

    I see now that the "frosted donut" targets are white with a black dot, not a black hole =)  I was so trying to figure out why a hole, but anyway, that was very well explained. 
    ?the force used is different at the normal lengths for the throw? (obviously hurling it 43 feet requires more force =) because at 5 paces to 14 paces I throw with the same force & adjust my height accordingly (which isn't very much)
    Thanks!

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