Axe throwing is a sport that involves the throwing of an Axe to target which has a bull’s-eye and intentions of the competitors will be hitting the bull’s-eye or anywhere near it in order to get points. You can apply the use of Axe throwing sport to make the most of the moments shared together with friends and family as it can be a good activity that is fun and it engages critical thinking. A target can be any material as long as it is 36 inches wide and have five rings which are 4 inches wide each. You can easily make your own target by using wood from a local store but this will take you a lot of time in putting it together and it is therefore advisable to access the support in a local restaurant where you can also go out and have fun. You can easily create interactions and getting to know people more by going out to enjoy Axe throwing together in a place that is outside the home.
The history of Axe throwing goes back to the Stone Age where month produced some of the oldest best-known tools that are useful for their daily living. The earliest form of tool that looked like an Axe was the one invented by the early man the Stone Age which had no shaft. Non-shaft axes disappeared at the beginning of the Iron Age where axes that had all with the handle replaced the former ones to make work easier. These were further used in war as they proved to be effective tools in killing an opponent. In order to make soldiers to be skilful while throwing axes, they invented targets from which they could practice throwing axes at and these improved their shooting abilities with the throwing Axe.
It is a reinvention of these old combating tool to be used for recreation.
Besides the techniques and the fun that comes with Axe throwing, safety should come first especially when you’re dealing with your friends and loved ones. A safe distance is 6 feet away from the area that surrounds the target as this will ensure that nobody gets hurt during the sport. Another safety measure is ensuring that the blood is not too sharp as you will be running the risk of getting yourself or anyone who will be engaging in the sport.