Pros: Finish, Blade Material, Weight, Sheath/Scabbard
Cons: Blade Sharpness, None
They’re not the greatest throwing knives ever created. But it’s clear from the comments above that you people are amatuers with cutlery let alone the art of throwing knives. They’re not sharp from the get go, because of the price range. But they are perfectly weighted for soft targets. If you broke the handle off, then you shouldn’t own a throwing knife, a pocket knife, or a butter knife. I’ll bet you’re having someone help you to read this review right now. YOU HAVE ZERO IDEA WHAT YOU ARE DOING!!! These are perfect beginner throwing knives. That’s it! Well weighted, and more than sufficient. Ignore the negative comments on here. These are great camping, practice, throw knives. Not assassin, military grade, assault knives. But from reading said prior comments, I may be the only veteran who did comment. I.e. great for camping, a moderately i.q.’d individual can put an edge on them. And I hope the previous reviewers aren’t defending our country.