Designed by Bob Patrick of
'Crescent Knife Works'
NEWLY RELEASED!!! A knife thats great for 'conventional' and 'no spin' throwing!
Looking for a throwing knife that you only have to buy once that will hold up to any abuse you can dish out? How about a design you can throw 20+ feet using the 'no spin' technique? (Whoooooosh. . . THUNK!) Or a blade you can throw 1/2 to 5, 6 or even 7 spins from the target? (Whoosh-whoosh-whoosh-etc-THUNK!!!)
Well here they are! Introducing, the 'Bat Wing' throwers!
With the 'spin' or 'conventional' style of throwing, the knife makes a certain number of rotations depending on how far away you are from your target. For instance, if I'm 8 feet away I throw a half spin but if I'm 18 feet from the target I'd throw 2 spins. (This design works great for conventional throwing!)
With the 'no spin' or '1/4 spin' technique, when the knife leaves your hand the tip is pointing just about straight up in the air. And when it reaches the target, no matter what the distance, it is pointing just about straight in front of you (90 degree difference) and thats called a '1/4 spin'. And this design works great for that style too! (To learn more about 'no spin' throwing check out My "No-Spin" Technique - by Roy Hutchison).
"Such determination! This is a no spin throw at 15 feet. It throws great using the index finger on the top of the spine to slow the rotation, as long as you push the throw rather than throw 'conventional style'."
"This was the result of a no spin throw from about 10' out. I used a grip with my thumb on top for this throw and threw it like a conventional knife. Using the thumb to slow the rotation enough to basically make it a no spin at 10'. You can see the grip in the pic titled "Grip Two.""
"Here is the grip with the thumb on top to slow the rotation down. I was able to get a "No Spin" up to 12' using this grip. After that I had to switch to "Grip One" with the index finger on top."
"Here is "Grip One" I used this for anything over 12' for no-spin throws. I like the way this Bat Wing has the perfect fit for the index finger. Its just right and the finish of the metal is very smooth and makes for an easy release. Nice design."
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These knives have had all of the edges rounded by hand. This was done for a couple of reasons. If an edge is "square" (lets say on the handle for instance) it can be a bit uncomfortable as the knife leaves your hand. You never want a square or sharp edge on a throwing knife, you want a rounded, smooth edge. The rounded/smooth edge accomplishes two things: It makes the knife more comfortable to release and it also saves your handles/blades from being damaged by other thrown knives.
Lets say you've thrown 4 knives into the same 16" target from 18 feet (which I don't recommend). There's a pretty good chance if you throw your 5th knife you might hit one of the knives already in the target.
Imagine a knife doing 25-35mph right into one of your handles! CLANG!!! With a square edge the handle tends to "catch" the incoming knife as it comes down and you end up getting sharp pieces of steel (aka burrs) sticking out of your handle. (This is a bad thing even though it is easily fixed with a file.) If you miss the burr just once before you throw you're going to feel it slice deep as it slides out of your hand!
Now if the knife has rounded edges, the incoming knives don't "stick" as much when they collide. Instead they tend to slide off of the knife without doing as much damage. By the way, I always recommend throwing 1 knife at each target then you don't have to worry about this problem. But if you're like me, you'll throw 20-30 knives at the same target and still think you can squeeze another one into the bullseye... CLANG! :-)
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Last a Lifetime
Designed by Bob Patrick and hand crafted at the 'Crescent Knife Works' facility in the metro Vancouver area of British Columbia, Canada. These knives are made from sturdy 1/4" thick 5160 bar stock. Heat treating is done in a propane forge where the knives are individually heated to critical temperature and then submerged into Crescent Knife Works own formula of quenching oil. The knives are then triple tempered in our digitally controlled heat treating furnace.
This combination of the best steel available and our own heat treating process ensures that these knives will give a lifetime of service.
And they're 100% Guaranteed against bending or breaking!
These knives are 10.5 - 11.5 inches in length and are 1/4" thick! Thats plenty of 'heft' to give you complete control and maximum penetrating power! You won't have to worry about these knives "floating" away from the point of aim because they are too light and got "caught" in the wind.
Throwing knives from custom makers can sell from $75 to $200 EACH! However, because of special arrangements for a limited time, you can buy these amazing hand crafted throwers for only $89.95 for a set of 3 + S&H. Hurry, supplies are limited!
Available Only When Purchased Direct
From Bob Patrick
These knives are only available directly from Crescent Knife Works so they cannot be ordered along with any other products from this site. If you want to order instructional dvds or anything else at this time, a separate order will have to be placed via the "Throwzini Store".
But if you're interested in purchasing a set of 3 Bat Wing Throwers just click the 'Buy Now' button below.
"Or buyers can pay directly to my email address bob@knivesonnetdotcom when they go to PayPal. After they've paid I'll get notification with their address and can ship the knives right out. If they want to pay by check or MO they can send it for $106.90 to my US address (International buyers please email for extra shipping fees before purchasing):"
816 Peace Portal Dr.
Blaine, WA 98230
Here are just a few reasons why these knives are better than other cheaper "floater" knives being sold:
Only $89.95 + S&H for 3 knives!
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Here's what you'll get:
Great for 'conventional' and/or 'no spin' throwing
Stronger and more durable than any other quality, commercially made throwing knife
Handcrafted in British Columbia
Made from sturdy 5160 Spring Steel
All with a money back guarantee