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How to Build a Flat Board Knife Throwing Target

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Published on Oct 28, 2009

After watching Ralph Thorn's "Combat Knife Throwing" DVD, I was inspired to build a flat board knife throwing target. My weapons instructor, Michael Peloquin (who taught me how to throw knives and crack a whip), helped me build this target, made out of pine 2 x 6's, after building one for our school. Total cost of this target was $40.

I painted a regulation bullseye target using Cold Steel's Knife Throwing Challenge rules (6", 12', 18' diameter rings). Furthermore, I added several 6" circles to practice my accuracy at different heights.

I broke in my target by throwing 12" Cold Steel Sure Flight Throwers using the no-spin underhand, overhand, wrap around, and side arm throw techniques. I also converted my "War Room" into a shooting gallery with a mini crossbow (R.I.P.) and a 5' stock whip as my weapons and dog toys as my targets.

Ralph Thorn's Combat Knife Throwing: The Video:
http://www.amazon.com/COMBAT-KNIFE-TH...

Cold Steel Knife Throwing Challenge Rules:
http://www.coldsteel.com/2007rules.html

Music:
Nine Inch Nails -- Demon Seed ; Disciplined

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