Latest update: 4-1-2020 Added paper showing results of others using graphite.

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any questions? e-mail us at ron@bellablades.com

any questions? e-mail us at ron@bellablades.com

any questions? e-mail us at ron@bellablades.comany questions? e-mail us at ron@bellablades.comany questions? e-mail us at ron@bellablades.com

Designed by RATs (Really Amateur Throwers) for RATs.  Check out our YouTube channel "No spin RAT" for our DIY videos.  Enjoy!

So, what makes our knives unique?

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Precision Engineered

Designed for No-Spin Throwing

Precision Engineered

Precision engineered and machined (not ground) to provide consistent performance for instinctive throwing.  We start with a software design, focusing on balance point, length and weight.  Implementation error is typically <0.5% from design parameters.  We may not be consistent throwers, but we throw consistently made knives!

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Unique Tip Geometry

Designed for No-Spin Throwing

Precision Engineered

Asymmetrical tip profile is unlike anything else commercially available.  We designed our signature cut tip for deep penetration, but with the strength of a wider, heavier tip.  Like Tom-Tom's "Arrow" design, and other quality throwing knives, we are focused only on functionality.  So, it won't slice bread or chop wood, but it will stick!  After all, isn't that the purpose of a throwing knife?

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Designed for No-Spin Throwing

Designed for No-Spin Throwing

Designed for No-Spin Throwing

The handle-heavy design (~39%) provides the proper balance for instinctive throwing.  A distinct handle/blade interface allows for quick acquisition of the proper finger placement.  Because our different knife designs share the same balance points (1" ± 0.2" behind the handle/blade interface) this allows for the same BP reference when throwing any of our knives no matter the size and weight.  Just a different approach to accomplish the same task.  We like it!

How We Make Our Knives, Sort of

This is a video we put together when the Bearded RAT decided to make some Christmas knives as a present for yet another RAT.  We condensed two - three days of work into about 20 minutes.  Enjoy!