Flying ax misses a man's head a few centimeters after it bounces off the target in a heart-wrenching video
Flying ax misses a man's head an inch after he bounces off the target on an ax-throwing bar in heart-wrenching video
- Shocking images showed the man almost touched by the ax he threw at a target
- The projectile seemed to bounce and go straight to his head
- He dived away in time and the ax clattered along tiles outside the stable
- The incident happened on Sunday at Craft Ax Throwing in Springfield, Missouri
A flying ax narrowly missed the head of a man after he bounced off the target at an assaulting rod in Missouri.
The Springfield bar's 10-second clip had the man grab hold of his head and duck just in time to see the projectile fly back on Saturday.
Before the incident, he saw himself slowly align with the target, holding the ax above his head with two hands, and practicing the waving movement.
After another pitcher returned to a separate stable, he released the weapon and let it fly into the bottom of the wall.
The unnamed man stands in line to throw the ax (left) to a Craft Ax Throwing location, presumably in Springfield, Missouri. After releasing the projectile, it suddenly hits the bottom of the wall and bounces back to him (right)
The ax (top right) can see his head fly over the man, who clutched his face and dived just in time to miss the projectile
Suddenly the rotating ax bounced back on him. Fortunately he could get out of the way before it hit him.
& # 39; Whoa … sh * t & # 39 ;, the cameraman shouted, the ax hovering over the thrower's head and bouncing across the floor.
There was a rattling noise as the weapon kept bouncing along the floor tiles to the bar.
The man who threw the ax looked bewildered as he slowly walked back to the cameraman.
The incident happened Craft Ax Throwing in Springfield, Missouri, one of the company's five locations, where four people can play on one target.
Their site states that & # 39; AXEXPERTS & # 39; safety and rules go through with participants before they start and coaches also monitor the throwing areas.
The projectile can be seen traveling through the air after it has been released by the pitcher (right). The ax then continued to bounce over his head and walk on tiles (right) that led to a beam at the location
DailyMail.com contacted Craft Ax Throwing, who replied with the following statement: & # 39; we have noticed that a video taken at one of our factories has started online.
& # 39; The video shows an incorrectly calculated ax throw, causing an ax to miss the target and bounce backwards out of the course. Fortunately nobody was injured.
& # 39; We have worked hard to maintain the best safety standards and will work continuously to improve the safety of this sport that we have come to love. & # 39;
They added that the company & # 39; immediate action & # 39; will undertake in accordance with World Ax Throwing League recommendations.
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