35 thoughts on “Smith & Wesson Bullseye Throwing Knives

  1. Back East says:

    Thinking your heavy (10") knife choice was an excellent one.  As to sharpness, just dull them to within an inch of the tips and handle them stress free.  VG video.

  2. Old Yeller says:

    Awww, Damn you're cute!  "Did you see that…!!"  I love it!  Great video, it's cool to see someone just starting out.  I have some throwing knives on the way from the NRA.  I can't wait to try them out.  I hope I am as good as you on the first try.  Why didn't you use the knives your wife bought for you when you first got them?  If my husband did that, my feelings would be hurt. 🙁  By the way if you keep the fridge closed until you really need to open it, food will actually keep for a couple days with the power out.  It is good that you have a generator though.  Flip that fuse…flip it…Woah!  That was cool!  I was going to ask what part of the country you're in, it's so pretty, but I see in the description it's Maryland.  I have a younger brother who lives there.  No, I am not going to ask if you know him…I hope your back is better by now, as I am watching this in 2016 and you posted in 2013.  I guess Christmas is close enough for me to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Great New Year!   Cheers!!

  3. joeblow1001 says:

    GREAT video.  I just ordered 6.  Thanks a million for posting them and congrats on your first throw/stick.  It's great when you are nailing them and in a zone.

  4. Naithan Sischo says:

    why would you review knives if you know nothing about it, stick to what you know might get you further, its good to have fun but research it first so you know what you are talking about first

  5. clovis2012 says:

    Try putting your left leg forward and shifting your weight from right to left since you're right-handed.  The method I learned was very similar to how a baseball is thrown.  

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