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Model No. 70 Tru-Bal™ Classic PRO-THROW Knife by Stephen D. McEvoy

Is this the most copied throwing knife in the world?

Probably.

Harry E. McEvoy’s original design has been duplicated by knife makers all over the world. And the knife itself has been in use for nearly 40 years straight.

And yet in spite of its popularity, Harry’s son Stephen McEvoy decided he could make it even better. And that’s exactly what he did.

In this newly revised version, The Tru-Bal Classic Pro-Throw has a slightly thinner blade and smooth lines.

Perfectly balanced, this knife can be hurled equally well by the handle or the blade. Accurate throws are this knife’s specialty.

The Classic Pro-Throw is handcrafted of super-tough tempered spring steel. Jet black vulcanized fiber handle slabs with heavy rivets complete the ensemble.

It is 13 1/2″ overall, 2″ wide, 3/16″ thick and weighs 15 ounces.

Sturdy leather sheath and throwing instructions included.

This knife is brand new from the factory. It is handmade by Stephen D. McEvoy, son of the founder of the Tru-Balance Knife Company, Harry K. McEvoy.

Tru-Bal gets a lot of requests for their old Model No. 1, which they no longer make and Stephen told me he doesn’t understand why because the Model No. 70 is a superior knife that throws better than the old Model No. 1.

5 thoughts on “Model No. 70 Tru-Bal™ Classic PRO-THROW Knife by Stephen D. McEvoy

  1. i know this may sound like a weird question but here it is…im sooo tired of only findind CHEAP…or CHEAPLY MADE throwers on most of these internet sites!!!i cant seem to be able to find a list of custom makers or atleast a list of knife makers that make throwers that are of quality!can you help me…i hope

  2. are you taking orders for true balance knives now, I h have 8 I ordered directly from Steven?

  3. At the present time I’m only taking memberships in the Knife-of-the-Month club. I may be selling individual knifes again soon though, I hope.

  4. Hi Ken Gary 🙂

    My name is Alicia LeCroix and i am getting a friend of mine to make me one of the Model 70s and i was wondering if you could tell me what hardness you make them ?
    Any help with this would be greatly appreciated as i am in Sydney Australia and its a bit of a pain in the ass getting Throwers into this country 🙂

    Regards
    Alicia LeCroix

  5. Hey Alicia!

    I don’t make the knives. I just collect them and host this site. You can see the contact information for Stephen McEvoy on the Order link on this site.

    Thanks!

    Ken

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