Bo Dashi

(10 customer reviews)


The Bo’Dashi Combines the Iconic 8.5″ of Danger, with a Bo-Shuriken.

Danger (FullTangClan) Teamed Up with D2A to take the Bo-Shuriken to a New level.

The Problem most people have with learning to throw Bo-Shuriken, is they find them to light, and hard to index. In the Beginning this leads to a lot of Frustration.

The 1/2″ (12.5mm )Square Stock Paired with the Fuller on the Spine Makes the Bo’ Dashi Very easy to Index, and Control.

The Point was Specifically Design for the best combination of Penetration, and Durability; combined with 6.7oz (~200g) of Heft, the Bo’Dashi’s performance puts it in a class of its own.

The Bo’Dashi is:
☆Easy to Learn on
☆Easy to Throw
☆Easy to Index
☆Easy to Stick into Wood (The American Standard)
☆Hits Hard enough to do “The Work” (EDC)

Length: ~8″ /20cm
Thickness: ~½” / 12.5mm Square Stock
Weight:  ~6.7oz/~200g
Material: D2 Tool Steel
Finish: Light Texured Acid Wash

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SKU: 190-510-000-000 hs 8211.92.40.50 Categories: , ,

Additional information

Weight .25 kg
Dimensions 21 × 10 × 4 cm

10 reviews for Bo Dashi

  1. Ace Johnson

    They hit hard, are easy to throw, and Penetrate Deep.

    But I am not Surprised, I help Design them.

  2. mitchs1964 (verified owner)

    This is a seriously great bo shuriken. It is nice and thick I love the groove for indexing and it is a real target destroyer with a nice aggressive tip. I highly recommend it

  3. Petr Benda

    Leaves gaping holes of doom in your targets ! Ace needs to design an extraction device for this thing. Hits like a freight train.

  4. Jerry Parker (verified owner)

    The Bodashi suits backyard knife throwers with a log round as well as a Meifu Shingake Ryu Shuriken Jutsu practitioner with a bamboo mat. The size is perfect for palm concealment, yet still perfect for long distance throws. I love it

  5. crumblingwalls (verified owner)

    As someone said in a previous review, Bo-Dashi hits like a freight train. This was my first bo shuriken type thrower, and it definitely didn’t disappoint. Liked it so much, I ordered some Rockets to try a different (round) kind of bo shuriken. Oh, super resilient steel too. When they stack, you get minimal burrs and splinters.

  6. deansf415 (verified owner)

    Ace is the man, such friendly and helpful customer service, along with fast processing.

    I love the Bo Dashis I ordered, they are chonky and feel so premium. They are great for learning on and the heft really makes a satisfying thonk when you make a good throw.

    If you are on the fence, just go for it, you won’t regret it.

  7. Will Merwin (verified owner)

    Okay let me start off by saying Wow! Ive never thrown bo shuriken before but in no time i was hitting my target (stump) and its soo much fun that i ordered two more and a Shinobi Slim! Im looking at the Black Falcon next lol. You guys are awesome and have a customer for life!

  8. Ace

    This is awesome

  9. Jack Brady (verified owner)

    As a person fairly new to knife throwing I may not be the best person to review the Bo Dashi. With that being said I really like throwing these. They really stick good into the target and they hit with a lot of force. I like the Fuller on the back a lot. As a newer thrower I can feel the slide against my finger real good, more than anything else I am throwing. While right now I am still mainly working on getting consistant sticks, not worrying so much about being accurate, but I am sticking these pretty consistant for my level. And like I said before they have a great feel and weight to them. These are my first “professional’ throwing set and I am glad I made the purchase. One last thing is that they came very well packaged, each one greased and wrapped with tip protectors.

  10. lysandyre (verified owner)

    This is some badass metal right here.

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