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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Sat Apr 15, 2017 7:59 pm

Anyone know where to buy set.

I'm trying to do some budgeting and I can't find a price.

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby Bodog » Sat Apr 15, 2017 8:38 pm

Michael Janich wrote:These knives are still a few months off. We're working on stacked leather sheaths that will hold all three knives and I'm rewriting the book that will accompany each set. Still lots to do here...

Thanks for your excitement... and patience....

Stay safe,

Mike

I think these will be a fun thing to toy with, and I have to say, if you and Sal are saying these are that good, I believe it.

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Sat Apr 15, 2017 9:10 pm

JAfromMN wrote:Page 130 of the new catalog

Image

I'm so getting a set of these.

I love the blade shape. Reminds me of a smashet blade

Im going to try get the small set when I can afford it.

There going to have till after Christmas but they are going to be worth the wait ..

Im excited .. :)
That's the only pic I've seen.

I can't wait for someone to get a set of these so we can see the sheaths

I'm still excited :) :)

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Wed Apr 19, 2017 5:33 pm

I think I'm going to buy some throwers from a differt makers so I got em this summer.

I will also be able to Compare them . that's a ok excuse for me..

I want to pick up a,new hobby for summer

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Sun May 07, 2017 2:36 pm

Well I passed on some different brand throwers and I got some quality stars for me and my nephew to start with this summer. They should be good him to start learning I think.

Image They do have a round whole I guess. I like em
there about 20 years old my buddy found them in storage.


Anyone know when/where I can get a set of spyderco throwers ?
I can't afford them today but I'd like to start saving for the set of small ones and I'm unsure of there cost.
Thanks

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby on_the_edge » Fri May 12, 2017 10:59 am

Mike (or anyone else who might know), what are the advantages of the three different lengths given that they are all basically equal in terms of viable throwing distance? Any disadvantages to shorter versus longer with regards to the Spyderco throwers?

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby MacLaren » Fri May 12, 2017 3:14 pm

JAfromMN wrote:Well I passed on some different brand throwers and I got some quality stars for me and my nephew to start with this summer. They should be good him to start learning I think.

Image They do have a round whole I guess. I like em
there about 20 years old my buddy found them in storage.


Anyone know when/where I can get a set of spyderco throwers ?
I can't afford them today but I'd like to start saving for the set of small ones and I'm unsure of there cost.
Thanks
Those are nice!!

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Fri May 12, 2017 3:39 pm

on_the_edge wrote:Mike (or anyone else who might know), what are the advantages of the three different lengths given that they are all basically equal in terms of viable throwing distance? Any disadvantages to shorter versus longer with regards to the Spyderco throwers?
I've always thought smaller blades are easier to throw.

I can't really say much though as I've never actually thrown large throwing knives. Just knives.

I have to think it would be easier to learn with the smaller ones.

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Fri May 12, 2017 3:40 pm

MacLaren wrote:
JAfromMN wrote:Well I passed on some different brand throwers and I got some quality stars for me and my nephew to start with this summer. They should be good him to start learning I think.

Image They do have a round whole I guess. I like em
there about 20 years old my buddy found them in storage.


Anyone know when/where I can get a set of spyderco throwers ?
I can't afford them today but I'd like to start saving for the set of small ones and I'm unsure of there cost.
Thanks
Those are nice!!
Thanks.

I'm going to build a,real target soon. There fun :)

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby MacLaren » Fri May 12, 2017 5:06 pm

JAfromMN wrote:
MacLaren wrote:
JAfromMN wrote:Well I passed on some different brand throwers and I got some quality stars for me and my nephew to start with this summer. They should be good him to start learning I think.

Image They do have a round whole I guess. I like em
there about 20 years old my buddy found them in storage.


Anyone know when/where I can get a set of spyderco throwers ?
I can't afford them today but I'd like to start saving for the set of small ones and I'm unsure of there cost.
Thanks
Those are nice!!
Thanks.

I'm going to build a,real target soon. There fun :)
Absolutely. Have fun with them.

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Sat May 13, 2017 6:51 pm

I'm sorry my typing and spelling suck.
I used to write better:(

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Sat May 13, 2017 6:52 pm

I'm making one of these very very pointy for me. :p

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Tue Jul 04, 2017 6:06 pm

These would have,been fun this weekend
https://www.knifecenter.com/item/SPTK01 ... her-sheath

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Thu Sep 14, 2017 12:25 pm

Any news on whatever happened to these?

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby sal » Thu Sep 14, 2017 1:38 pm

finishing up the book.

sal

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Thu Sep 14, 2017 3:12 pm

Thanks sal

I know what I'm asking Santa for Xmas.

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby Bloke » Fri Sep 15, 2017 5:50 am

JAfromMN wrote:I know what I'm asking Santa for Xmas.
Beloved wife wants a new set for Christmas too. :)

She entertains the grandkids for hours. :cool:

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby ConspicuousConsumption » Tue Oct 03, 2017 5:44 pm

I think I’ll go for medium. Waiting patiently Sal and team!!

https://www.bladehq.com/index.php?view= ... ption_id=0
The first time I saw a Spyderco was the early 90s at a knife shop in a mall. I can still see the SpydieHoles through that glass display cabinet. My parents wouldn't buy any of them for me... so now I buy them all. :spyder:

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Fri Dec 08, 2017 6:48 pm

Page 135

Well see em this year

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Re: spyderco throwing knife/knives

Postby JAfromMN » Fri Dec 08, 2017 6:51 pm

I'm really looking forward to the book that is going to come along with them.

I'm excited :) :) :)


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