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how the hell do you determine whether the axe head or handle hits the target?

 

If someone can give me a definitive answer, and guidance, I will add a wall axe to my personal armoury of weapons in prep for the zombie apocalypse.

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The general rule of thumb is that if the head is sticking in the target then it has hit the target with the head.

 

If the axe hits on the handle and bounces away, the general consensus is you made impact with the handle.

 

or did you mean for your presumed attack by zombies?  it is all down to the rotations, same as knife throwing.  i guess practice makes you better.  

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44 minutes ago, Rich Rule said:

The general rule of thumb is that if the head is sticking in the target then it has hit the target with the head.

 

If the axe hits on the handle and bounces away, the general consensus is you made impact with the handle.

 

or did you mean for your presumed attack by zombies?  it is all down to the rotations, same as knife throwing.  i guess practice makes you better.  

What do you know about it then? Oh, hang on, I remember.......😀

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