Throwing Knife Games

Improve Your Knife Throwing Skills


Of course you could just stand out in your backyard and throw knives at trees all day. It really doesn't seem like that much fun to us, but hey, whatever floats your boat. For those of you who like a little more of a challenge or competitive approach, we suggest a variety of throwing knife games. This short series of games was developed to be played with the On Target Skull Throwing Knife Set. But, if you have a different target or set, you could use these rules as a starting point to make up your own games. These fun games will help hone your skill and before you know it you'll be a professional knife thrower!


Throwing Knife Games


Around The Clock
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit every number on the board in order while being timed, throwing one knife per number. The player who hits the most numbers in the shortest time wins.

Knockout
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit the the flame or skull under each number with the corresponding throwing knife, allowing only one throw per number.

Warfare
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit the image that corresponds with the opponent's thrower knife, allowing only one throw per number. The player with the most hits wins - If the player hits his own image, the throw counts toward the opponent's score.

Burn-it-Down
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit each flame with only one throw per number. To score, total the corresponding number of each flame hit. The player with the highest number wins.

Skulls
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit each skull with only one throw per number. To score, total the corresponding number of each skull hit. The player with the highest number wins.

Triple Threat
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit the image on each number corresponding with the image on his throwing knife three times in a row. For each image hit three times in a row, the player receives the number of points corresponding to that image.

Each game should be played with each player standing behind a line drawn 10 feet from the board.

WARNING: NEVER THROW KNIVES AT PEOPLE OR ANIMALS.


Throwing Knife Games

Improve Your Knife Throwing Skills


Of course you could just stand out in your backyard and throw knives at trees all day. It really doesn't seem like that much fun to us, but hey, whatever floats your boat. For those of you who like a little more of a challenge or competitive approach, we suggest a variety of throwing knife games. This short series of games was developed to be played with the On Target Skull Throwing Knife Set. But, if you have a different target or set, you could use these rules as a starting point to make up your own games. These fun games will help hone your skill and before you know it you'll be a professional knife thrower!


Throwing Knife Games


Around The Clock
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit every number on the board in order while being timed, throwing one knife per number. The player who hits the most numbers in the shortest time wins.

Knockout
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit the the flame or skull under each number with the corresponding throwing knife, allowing only one throw per number.

Warfare
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit the image that corresponds with the opponent's thrower knife, allowing only one throw per number. The player with the most hits wins - If the player hits his own image, the throw counts toward the opponent's score.

Burn-it-Down
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit each flame with only one throw per number. To score, total the corresponding number of each flame hit. The player with the highest number wins.

Skulls
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit each skull with only one throw per number. To score, total the corresponding number of each skull hit. The player with the highest number wins.

Triple Threat
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit the image on each number corresponding with the image on his throwing knife three times in a row. For each image hit three times in a row, the player receives the number of points corresponding to that image.

Each game should be played with each player standing behind a line drawn 10 feet from the board.

WARNING: NEVER THROW KNIVES AT PEOPLE OR ANIMALS.


Throwing Knife Games

Improve Your Knife Throwing Skills


Of course you could just stand out in your backyard and throw knives at trees all day. It really doesn't seem like that much fun to us, but hey, whatever floats your boat. For those of you who like a little more of a challenge or competitive approach, we suggest a variety of throwing knife games. This short series of games was developed to be played with the On Target Skull Throwing Knife Set. But, if you have a different target or set, you could use these rules as a starting point to make up your own games. These fun games will help hone your skill and before you know it you'll be a professional knife thrower!


Throwing Knife Games


Around The Clock
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit every number on the board in order while being timed, throwing one knife per number. The player who hits the most numbers in the shortest time wins.

Knockout
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit the the flame or skull under each number with the corresponding throwing knife, allowing only one throw per number.

Warfare
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit the image that corresponds with the opponent's thrower knife, allowing only one throw per number. The player with the most hits wins - If the player hits his own image, the throw counts toward the opponent's score.

Burn-it-Down
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit each flame with only one throw per number. To score, total the corresponding number of each flame hit. The player with the highest number wins.

Skulls
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit each skull with only one throw per number. To score, total the corresponding number of each skull hit. The player with the highest number wins.

Triple Threat
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit the image on each number corresponding with the image on his throwing knife three times in a row. For each image hit three times in a row, the player receives the number of points corresponding to that image.

Each game should be played with each player standing behind a line drawn 10 feet from the board.

WARNING: NEVER THROW KNIVES AT PEOPLE OR ANIMALS.


Throwing Knife Games

Improve Your Knife Throwing Skills


Of course you could just stand out in your backyard and throw knives at trees all day. It really doesn't seem like that much fun to us, but hey, whatever floats your boat. For those of you who like a little more of a challenge or competitive approach, we suggest a variety of throwing knife games. This short series of games was developed to be played with the On Target Skull Throwing Knife Set. But, if you have a different target or set, you could use these rules as a starting point to make up your own games. These fun games will help hone your skill and before you know it you'll be a professional knife thrower!


Throwing Knife Games


Around The Clock
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit every number on the board in order while being timed, throwing one knife per number. The player who hits the most numbers in the shortest time wins.

Knockout
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit the the flame or skull under each number with the corresponding throwing knife, allowing only one throw per number.

Warfare
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit the image that corresponds with the opponent's thrower knife, allowing only one throw per number. The player with the most hits wins - If the player hits his own image, the throw counts toward the opponent's score.

Burn-it-Down
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit each flame with only one throw per number. To score, total the corresponding number of each flame hit. The player with the highest number wins.

Skulls
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit each skull with only one throw per number. To score, total the corresponding number of each skull hit. The player with the highest number wins.

Triple Threat
THE OBJECT: For each player to hit the image on each number corresponding with the image on his throwing knife three times in a row. For each image hit three times in a row, the player receives the number of points corresponding to that image.

Each game should be played with each player standing behind a line drawn 10 feet from the board.

WARNING: NEVER THROW KNIVES AT PEOPLE OR ANIMALS.


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