Cool Blades is owned and run by George Leeming who is based in Kippax Wakefield UK. He has a website at www.gjlcoolblades.co.uk or a Facebook Page. George is a world recognized thrower with a World Championship Gold medal under his belt as well as numerous medals from other competitions. He is 54 years old and started throwing in 2012, did some competitions and did ok in them loll ….started playing with making knives in 2017 mainly to look after my own knives which my very good friend Doug Herod made for me and was showing me how it was done but sadly has now passed away so I decided to buy all his tooling and started to play around with making them …then Richard Loxton asked if I would make a set for him so I did and he loved them so much he put them on Facebook and thats where it all started. I will be making all different types of throwing knives from bowies to no spin ….I’m hoping to carry on making them as long as I can but only part time at the moment and see where it goes.
Throwing Zone France
Throwing Zone is a French company that produces some great throwing equipment. It is one of a few makers producing Werner Lengmuller knives.
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About Darren Hudson. Darren Hudson fifth generation Canadian lumberjack from Barrington Nova Scotia. Owns the only double bit indoor axe throwing axe throwing facility in North America the Timber Lounge and teaches lumberjack skill at his Wild Axe Park along the Barrington River. Competing in lumberjack sports Darren has amassed 7 world titles in the discipline of log rolling. A sport derived from floating the logs down river after they have been chopped down in the forest. A practice that his family did yearly up until 1956. Having always used double bit axes for felling trees, Darren’s uncle modified an axe to be better balanced for axe throwing. From this axe and his uncle Stanley Scott’s Inspiration the Wild Axe Dragon was born. It has 6″ face and head weight of 1450g paired with a handle of Hickory. Identified for its unique look, its Dragon Scaled Head, it’s even more known for its smooth throw. “Nothing flies like a Dragon!”
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