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At Lefebvre’s, we sell all kinds of knives and axes for various uses. Shop with us for a high quality tool that's built to last.
A knife is one of the handiest tools you can keep nearby for a number of purposes. Some use them for sport, some use them for utility, some use them to hunt. That’s just a few examples of this versatile tool. Whatever your purpose, we have a knife to suit your needs.
Having an axe in your home can also be useful for various projects and tasks.
Multi tools are one of our most popular sellers and are a favoured choice of someone constantly on the go. Having a set of tools together is incredibly useful in a plethora of situations, depending on your task.
We sell an assortment of fixed blade knives and folding knives, all based on your preference and hobby.
We also have everything you need to participate in the art of throwing knives. Our selection of high quality throwing knives are sure to impress.
Our axes and hatches are high quality and allow you to get the job done when it comes to all things woodworking. We also carry saws!
We also sell accessories such as cases and carrying bags to ensure your knives and axes are safely kept when not in use.
If you want to be a pro at knife throwing, then learning the basics is important! Knife throwing for beginners can teach you everything from how to throw safely and properly, to understanding different styles of knives.
The first thing that a beginner should know about knife throwing is how to throw safely. There are two different styles of throwing, overhand and underhanded (also known as backhand). Overhand throws require more accuracy than underhanded throws but if you're just starting out it's best to start with an underhanded throw.
There are different types of throwing knives, and which one you choose is based on a mixture of preference and skill level.
A beginner might want to start with a lighter throwing knife that's heavier on the blade. These knives are long and relatively light weight which makes them easier for beginners to throw accurately at targets in close quarters.
If you're ready for more of an advanced challenge, then it's time to move on up to a knife that's heavier on the handle.
The best way to find out which knife suits you the most is by trying them all out first hand at an actual target range or course where there are testing options provided. Of course, you can always ask us at Lefebvre's for our expert advice.
Like any hobby, it’s not something you’ll master overnight, but with regular practice, you’ll notice plenty of improvement as you go.
Why get into knife throwing? It’s a great way to learn a new skill, meet new people, be a part of competition, or give yourself some casual entertainment. Many take up the hobby from learning about it’s ancient historical beginnings as well. Regardless of your reason, knife throwing is a hobby you’re sure to find rewarding.