Knife throwing is an art that takes much practice but can be a huge amount of fun. Throwing knives are almost always one-piece rather than the traditional knives that have a handle manufactured separately from the blade and attached later. Many throwing knives are double-edged and can be used as fighting knives, for self defense, if necessary.
The art of knife throwing is easy to master it just takes time and patience. Knives will rotate as they fly, making it difficult to predict whether the point or the handle will be facing toward the target when it strikes. Practice teaches how to calculate the distance to your target and how to change the number of spins the knife undergoes before striking.