Flying Knives: Manual for Knife Throwing Training John H. Copeland

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Published: June 27th 2014

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66 pages


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Flying Knives: Manual for Knife Throwing Training  by  John H. Copeland

Flying Knives: Manual for Knife Throwing Training by John H. Copeland
June 27th 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 66 pages | ISBN: | 10.78 Mb

While a member of the U.S. Air Force in Morocco in 1954-55, I was assigned to attend French language classes. While in class, I met Marcel, he was also ordered to attend classes in the French Language. Marcel was a U.S. citizen who was in the FrenchMoreWhile a member of the U.S. Air Force in Morocco in 1954-55, I was assigned to attend French language classes. While in class, I met Marcel, he was also ordered to attend classes in the French Language.

Marcel was a U.S. citizen who was in the French Foreign Legion at the time. He also said he was told by his Officers that he had one year to learn the French Language or he may not be allowed to remain in the Foreign Legion.It was discovered Marcel was an expert at knife throwing, one of my life long desires.

He agreed to teach me all the knowledge required to throw knives. After a few days we started our knife throwing training. I was told by him that it would take approximately three months to learn the art of knife throwing.We first built a wooden target, three ft.

by three ft. and placed on posts buried in the ground at approximately six foot high. The knives are to be thrown at the target from fifteen to eighteen ft. away. The knives are constructed from one piece of flexible stainless steel. They are approximately eleven inches long,.Whenever the occasion allowed, Marcel and I traveled to places in Morocco to observe the sights.

Roman ruins, womens prison, locus swarm, dust storms. If it was there, we wanted to see it. I felt compelled to describe our trips in my knife throwing manual.The knife throwing manual covers how to throw knives in a very well outlined method. It repeats its self several times to make sure the student fully understands exactly what is required by him to be a successful knife thrower.The manual covers how a throwing knife is constructed and why.

It covers how to hold the throwing knife and how to release it. How to take steps when throwing and using your arms to obtain your goal. And making the knife stick where you wish.This manual is aimed at the training of the novice knife thrower. Those who use it should reach a satisfying level in knife throwing. I am thankful for your purchase of this manual and hope to see you all throw someday.



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