Irresponsible Knife Owner of the Day: Blitz Winge

I love my children. I’m proud of their gun safety. They know the four rules and they implement them methodically. As they do when handling knives. I think that’s key, whether you’re slinging lead downrange of throwing a blade. Parents should teach their children a process—and a suitable pace—for throwing, retrieving and carrying a knife. In this video the kids are in a hurry; the knives are gathered, held and handed-off quickly without a set technique. The video itself violates one of the most important rules for knife throwing: make sure everyone’s behind the thrower. Including Mom and her camera. (D’oh!) The first cut is the deepest. The longer you can put that off, the better.


  1. Duncan Idaho says:

    Egads, that’s a bit scary. I’ve had a few “severe misses” when throwing, most not resulting in grievous injury, and that’s when I quit and do something else for… about a few months.

    The kids in the video are doing remarkably well as far as throwing is concerned, but as you mentioned, their handling skills should be “honed” a bit.

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Irresponsible Knife Owner of the Day: Blitz Winge

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