This evening I was throwing the United Cutlery Hibben Pro X Thrower knives, and doing fairly well with no spin, half spin, and full spin techniques from 7 to 16 feet.

Even though I did very well, I’m still anxious to try the LEFUX Stork knives, which I feel will be the best of all the 14 models that I’m currently throwing. The Stork has a much different look, and from what I could see with Adam Čeladín throwing these in his videos they look terrific. To me they look like what the Henry Repeating Arms Golden Boy is to lever action 22 rifles, or what the Skinner Sights Peep Sight is to rifle sights – all that you would want in quality and performance for any level of experience.

Late this afternoon I had to go to the post office to sign for a package. That package turned out to be from Russia, which was my new LEFUX Stork throwing knives. Ivan also sent a Lefux Knife Throwing Team jersey, and microfiber polishing cloth. The set of three knives comes with a leather sheath.

I think I told you that these were 12-inch knives. They are actually 10.25-inch knives with a weight of 8 ounces. This is what I consider the perfect length and weight as that is very close to the Cold Steel Mini Flight, which have performed very well.

The Stork has a wide tang, and unsharpened blade, and sharp point all of which you want in a throwing knife.

Looking at the design it looks to incorporate all of the best features of other models into this one single unit. It will be very interesting to throw.

World Champion, Adam Čeladín, was throwing these knives with great success, and now holding them I can see why.

Stay tuned for more postings, videos and articles on the Lefux Stork.

Until next time, shoot safe and have a great day of plinking.


This is my first throws at my home target round with the new LEFUX Stork knives. Great knives, as I knew they would be, but as with any knife, you need to get the feel for them. Each knife design has a different hold for the assorted distances, as to how you have to “choke up” or “drop back”.

Until next time, shoot safe and have a great day of plinking.



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