Meet the crew.

We are the most technically and tactically sound axe throwing coaches in the world, and we strive daily to continue mastering our craft

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Dustin Knight

Dustin Knight

Command Sergeant Major

World Ranked Competitive Axe Thrower
Axe of Choice: Flying Fox
Why Dustin Throws Axes: “I do it for the sport. It’s therapeutic, challenging, and there’s nothing like being competitive on the world stage.”

Niki Knight

Niki Knight

Commanding Officer

Competitive Axe Thrower
Axe of Choice: Ace of Spades
Why Niki Throws Axes: “I do it to beat the men. And for the clarity of mind, and the thrill of competition.”
Matt Kosin

Matt Kosin

Range Safety Officer

Mobile Axe Throwing Team
Axe of Choice: Ace Of Spaces
Why Matt Throws Axes: “It’s challenging, fun and exciting every time you throw axes.”
Gavin Messer

Gavin Messer

Range Safety Officer

Axe of Choice: The Corporal
Hometown: Bertha, Minnesota
“My first time throwing, I stuck 1 out of 20 axes, and that axe was a bullseye. I was horrible at first! Even though I did terribly, I was hooked immediately. There is something about your first bullseye, first killshot, first 50 points, and perfect game that is just very gratifying.”

Steph Nelson

Steph Nelson

Range Safety Officer

Axe of Choice: Ace of Spades
Why Steph Throws Axes: “It’s very satisfying hitting the board, especially the bullseye. It is a good way to build up confidence in yourself.”

Makenzie Kotchman

Makenzie Kotchman

Range Safety Officer

Axe of Choice: Ace of Spades

Sara Maxwell

Sara Maxwell

Range Safety Officer

Axe of Choice: Ace of Spades
Why Sara Throws Axes: “I love throwing because as a busy mom of 4, it’s my selfcare.”

Carson Tveito

Carson Tveito

Range Safety Officer

Axe of Choice: Half Hatchet
Why Carson Throws Axes: “It’s a good way to meet new people.”

Calvin Scoville

Calvin Scoville

Range Safety Officer

Axe of Choice: Ace of Spades
Why Calvin Throws Axes: “It’s a good way to get my mind off everything. Also the feeling of getting a bullseye or killshot is very addicting.”

Rupert & Pepper

Rupert & Pepper

Range Patrol Officers

Dustin Knight

Dustin Knight

Command Sergeant Major

World Ranked Competitive Axe Thrower
Axe of Choice: Flying Fox
Why Dustin Throws Axes: “I do it for the sport. It’s therapeutic, challenging, and there’s nothing like being competitive on the world stage.”

Niki Knight

Niki Knight

Commanding Officer

Competitive Axe Thrower
Axe of Choice: Ace of Spades
Why Niki Throws Axes: “I do it to beat the men. And for the clarity of mind, and the thrill of competition.”
Matt Kosin

Matt Kosin

Range Safety Officer

Mobile Axe Throwing Team
Axe of Choice: Ace Of Spaces
Why Matt Throws Axes: “It’s challenging, fun and exciting every time you throw axes.”
Gavin Messer

Gavin Messer

Range Safety Officer

Axe of Choice: The Corporal
Hometown: Bertha, Minnesota
“My first time throwing, I stuck 1 out of 20 axes, and that axe was a bullseye. I was horrible at first! Even though I did terribly, I was hooked immediately. There is something about your first bullseye, first killshot, first 50 points, and perfect game that is just very gratifying.”

Steph Nelson

Steph Nelson

Range Safety Officer

Axe of Choice: Ace of Spades
Why Steph Throws Axes: “It’s very satisfying hitting the board, especially the bullseye. It is a good way to build up confidence in yourself.”

Makenzie Kotchman

Makenzie Kotchman

Range Safety Officer

Axe of Choice: Ace of Spades

Sara Maxwell

Sara Maxwell

Range Safety Officer

Axe of Choice: Ace of Spades
Why Sara Throws Axes: “I love throwing because as a busy mom of 4, it’s my selfcare.”

Carson Tveito

Carson Tveito

Range Safety Officer

Axe of Choice: Half Hatchet
Why Carson Throws Axes: “It’s a good way to meet new people.”

Calvin Scoville

Calvin Scoville

Range Safety Officer

Axe of Choice: Ace of Spades
Why Calvin Throws Axes: “It’s a good way to get my mind off everything. Also the feeling of getting a bullseye or killshot is very addicting.”

Rupert & Pepper

Rupert & Pepper

Range Patrol Officers

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