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The team at Bigfoot Axe Throwers takes axe throwing to a new level with advanced scoring systems, TVs and tablets at every lane, and multiple games for more competitive customers. The trainers share their skills and knowledge and instruct customers on how to have fun and stay safe. The sport is family friendly and a great idea for a day out with friends or corporate team building.
General Axe Throwing Safety Rules For All Throwers
- The first item of safety gear you should get is close-toed shoes. Though it is uncommon for throwers to injure their feet with the axe, wearing high heels or open-toed shoes could potentially expose you to danger. We do not put any restrictions on clothing. However, wearing something comfortable such as a loose-fitting top or sweatshirt is highly advisable.
- Being aware of your surroundings is the next step in enhancing axe-throwing safety. Make sure the area around your throw is free of anything that might end up affecting your throw.
- Do not attempt to catch an axe. If an axe bounces off a target, take a short step back to the side in your lane.
- Enter a lane only when it is entirely clear. Step directly into your lane while entering a lane through the gate; do not wander into another player’s territory. You must always remain behind the walled area if you are not throwing at the Bigfoot Axe Thrower.
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