Ryan’s knowledge of throwing knives pleases me. Knives that are designed for throwing are crafted in such a way that their center of gravity is right along the midline of the knife at the point where the blade meets the handle.
That’s why if the knife isn’t properly balanced or if you have a handle that is significantly heavier or larger than the blade you have to throw it holding the handle. It counteracts the weight in the handle which causes your knife to hit the target.
Also, the only way you’d know any of this is by either
1. Having extensive experience actually throwing knives
2. Doing extensive research on throwing knives and knife techniques, which wouldn’t constitute being able to hit a target with any accuracy without practice. So basically Ryan has a lot of experience throwing knives at things.
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