Axe Throwing CrawleyMin. Age 12
One of the oldest weapons in civilization, the axe is an important tool and a major component to survival. As well as being extremely useful to chop firewood and rope, the axe is also an extremely viable weapon. A well-placed swing to a Zombie can render them useless and once you’ve learnt the skills of axe throwing, you won’t have to get up close and personal with these hideous creatures.
When you report for duty at our axe throwing training camp, you’ll be presented with a full safety briefing from our qualified instructors whilst being equipped with all the latest safety gear.
Master the ancient art of axe throwing as you receive expert one-to-one tuition at our Government-built training camp. Designed in response to the significant amount of Neurosal Mortis Virus outbreaks across the country, our axe throwing training camp provides civilians with the perfect opportunity to pick up all the essential tips and tricks that’ll have them decapitating Zombies from a distance in no time.
Under guidance from our instructors, you’ll learn how to properly hold the axe whilst learning the flicking of the wrist technique which will see the sharp end of the axe land straight onto the target. As well as being a highly efficient weapon, mastering for other things such as chopping wood and cutting rope.
When you arrive at our axe throwing training camp, you’ll be equipped with all the latest safety gear needed to participate whilst being presented with a full safety briefing from our qualified instructors.
Axe Throwing Experience
Restrictions: MinAge: 12, MinGroup: 4, MaxGroup: 30,
Axe Throwing, Archery and Clay Shooting
N.B. : Approx event time: 9.30am – 12.30pm or 1.00pm – 4.00pm
Restrictions: MinAge: 12, MinGroup: 2, MaxGroup: 40,
- All Equipment
- Full Training
- Turners Hill Road
- RH10 4PE
Excellently placed just a short journey away from both London and Brighton, our training camp in Crawley is perfectly positioned to provide instant military support to either of these vibrant tourist destinations. We’re easily accessible via the M23 for those looking to learn the art of axe throwing. Full travel information will be printed on your booking confirmation receipt.
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