Gary Kelley...TheBlademaker
                 Reproduction blades of the 1800's

Gary Kelley
17485 SW Pheasant Lane
Beaverton, OR 97006
USA

Our Purpose     
I make authentically styled Early American primitive edged tools for reeanctors, living history enthusiasts and hunters.

garykelley@theblademaker.com

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Competition Throwing Hawk Gallery

 
Large Competition Throwing Hawk
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Competition
Hawk Prototype
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Jeff  Nason's 1st Place Kelley Hawk
Custom Copper wrap and forged
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Custom Presentation
Hawk
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Etched Dendritic
S5 Hawk

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Michael's Hawk and Belt Sheath Spudkiller's Custom Competition Hawk Andy's Custom Heart Hawk


Bob's Competition
Hawk


Raunchy with Kelley Hawk, 1st Place

Hoot with her Kelley Thunderhawk


Competition Hawk
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Comes with a flame-hardened hickory handle and rawhide reinforced horse-hide sheath.
Available $160

   

Competition Throwing Hawk Description

 This hawk is for experienced throwers. It weighs 1 and ¼ pounds And comes with a flame-hardened hickory handle and a saddle leather blade cover. After two years of field-testing the prototype, interviewing winning hawk throwers, and using it in competition myself, I finally have a design with the “feel” I was looking for.

There are several design features specific to my hawk. The Kelley Competition Hawk has a high forward-slanting tip and a thin-ground blade for better target penetration. The heads are precision Investment cast in S5 shock-resistant steel tempered to Rockwell C55. I know of no better steel for this application. If I did I’d use it. The blade has a 4-inch cutting edge (legal in MLNRA competition), and a flat poll for stake pounding around camp. Notice the distinctive “two finger” grip under the blade for carrying the hawk between targets. All edges are rounded for comfort and safety. You can even “twirl” this hawk, like a six-gun, if you feel like showing off.

This hawk isn’t for beginners. If you’re an experienced competitor you’ll soon appreciate the difference in this hawk and others. If you’ve reached a “plateau” in your throwing, this hawk can help you reach the next level. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
 

   
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