Thrown Weapons

The use of Thrown Weapons started back in the stone age. Archaeological evidence indicates that Neanderthals employed a wooden spear as a thrusting weapon, while Cro-Magnons used the spear for throwing at both human and animal targets. From these primitive beginnings, weapons and styles evolved into a variety of forms. The primary ones that we use in the SCA are the knife, axe, and spear.

Thrown Weapons practice is held Sunday 12pm to 2pm during winter months and 11am to 2pm during the summer, at Their Excellencies property, when weather permits.