Nine Chuckin' Styles of Throw
MID THROW - the most common throw used by axe throwers
SNAP - thrown up close by snapping the handle
BASEBALL - pitched from way back using full body action
SIDEARM - horizontal throw from the side
BACKHAND - like the Sidearm but from the other side
UPPERCUT - underhand like throwing an uppercut punch
BOWLING - underhand like rolling a bowling ball
REVERSE MID - like the Mid but with the Tomahawk head pointing backwards so Tomahawk does one and a half spins before sticking
'TWEEN - between the legs, like snapping a football
All nine Chuckin' Styles of Throw
are explained in detail in the
Chuckin' Tomahawk Game Package
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9 by 9 - 9 Throws (3 sets) of each of 9 different Chuckin' Styles
Game of 21 - see who can make 21 points in the least number of Rounds
Top Hawk - see how many Points you can make without dropping a Tomahawk
Golf - One shot (throw) at each of nine holes (Hawkseyes), scoring from a hole in one to a double bogie
Pinata - Bust a Pinata moving across the target face
Chuckin' Tomahawks are assembled by hand and painted by hand
(using Sign Painters 1 Shot paint, the finest available) in the beautiful city of Leduc, Alberta, Canada, the home of Chuckin' Tomahawk.
The Ductile Iron Heads are ground to equal weight, and the Set Serial Number is etched on the underside of each Head. The hickory Handles are also equal weight
(outwardly identical handles can range between 200 and 300 grams) and the weight is noted in the Hawk Specs, so if you break a handle it can be replaced. With the variations in handle weight and head weight, you can be assured your set will be a unique One-of-a-Kind set, even if someone else picks the same colors. Wedges are supplied in the Can o' Things in case your heads come loose.
Do not throw with loose heads!
Keep the Info Pack in the Caddy so it will always be there for reference.
Throwing Axes, Hatchets, Tomahawks,
by Chuckin' Tomahawk
A new Twist on the old art
of Throwing Axes!
Chuckin' Tomahawks are thrown
in sets of Three (like darts),
and with Nine Styles of Throw,
and Five unique Games to play,
we have developed this into an
exciting and challenging sport.
1 point - For each Tomahawk touching the face of the Target (leaners and hangers can count)
1 point - For touching the Bullseye
(3" painted spot)
3 points - For touching the Hawkseye
(pop bottle cap)
5 points - For making the Hawkseye into two pieces
7 points - For touching the Nail holding Hawkseye