Carrying Case for All Your Throwing Knives – Top Quality

Your throwing knives will always be clean and ready for action with this special carrying case. Safety is always the first thing you need to think about. With this pouch you will not have to worry anymore about how to transport your blades.

There is a good amount of throwing knives sets that already include a small sheath so you can protect the blades. Even good quality throwing weapons will deteriorate over time and even lose their sharp as you keep using them for practice.

This is the reason why a lot of experts like Jack Dagger have one set for practice and an extra set that they only use in serious competitions. You can’t just use any random set because you need to get used to the shape and weight of each knife.

Protecting your knives against moisture and dirt will keep them safe from rusting. One of the worst enemies of pocket knives. Of course you can always resharpen your blade but this will be time consuming and will shorten the life-span of your knives.

How to Choose the Right Carrying Pouch for Your Knives

You are looking for two things in a carrying bag:

  1. It should be durable to protect your knives and keep the blades inside.
  2. The bag must be easy to carry around.

Some of the most popular bags for knives are the ones that you roll up. You can store an average of 15 knives in those and they do not take so much space.

However, it becomes a problem when you notice how heavy the bag has become and that certain knives my slip off.

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I recommend you to check out the BladesUSA Knife Carrying Case made of nylon. It has divisions to carry 12 knives inside but when it comes to throwing knives you can even put two in one pocket depending on the model.

The bag folds up by the middle and you can close it with a Velcro strap. This bag is 6″ X 12″ X 13.25″ when it’s open. A really comfortable size that does not take much space from your practice table.

You might be thinking, “But I only have a set of 3 throwing knives. I don’t need that” and you might be right, for now. Any knife throwing enthusiast will tell you that your collection will grown right before you know it.