History Of Axe Throwing

When you’re going to throw axes in a fun manner, you may as well learn where the action came from first, right?

While axes and hatchets have been around for more than a million years, they have had a number of uses.Checkout  Twisted Axes Throw House for more info.

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To imagine these applications, it brings to mind images of ancient nordic gods with giant combat axes, or maybe the more recent, plaid-clad lumberjacks who hack at trees are a more common sight. Either way, as many different types of axes as historical uses exist for them.

The throw-axes

The throwing axe originated around the 5th century, when the Franks, a tribe from Northern Europe, began to use it as a weapon. Each soldier would roll with multiple axes into battle and forcefully fly them to enemies.

Similar iterations of the throwing axes were developed later in human history: The Franziska, a particularly threatening-looking axis was commonly used in the Middle Ages, while the Native Americans used tomahawks, a special type of hatchet, in North America.

Believe it or not, soldiers still use axes to throw and tomahawks to this day!

The source of strategic angle tossing

Good. Over with the stuff of war.

For pleasure you are organizing a outdoor excursion tossing axis!

This goes without saying that even axe throwing as a activity is steeped in tradition.

The sport was developed in Europe by the ancient Celts, and has since become common in nordic countries. The boy scouts have never used it!

Later in the 19th century, timber employees and lumberjacks — who were mostly separated from the general public and at a loss to do enjoyable hobbies in their spare time — would fight among themselves by tossing their double-bit axes at self-made goals.

Specially in Canada, where the axe-throwing craze originated before appearing in the United States, the emergence of this practice in the modern times took place.

Axe tossing is for us today.

Whether you’re throwing an axe as a corporate team building event or looking for something fun to do with friends on a Friday night, you’ll be able to praise your group about your knowledge of the history of the sport.