There is an assumption that the person on the wheel, etc, has assumed a certain amount of risk by agreeing to be there. However, if the thrower misrepresented this risk (for example by lying about experience), then they could be liable.
3 Answers · Politics & Government · 05/01/2009
...and combat knife count as two different weapons; to check to stats on the combat knife hit the select button when making a class, the ballistic knife is a secondary weapon...
1 Answers · Games & Recreation · 27/06/2013
It is probablt a good idea if you haven't had one in the last couple of years. After all, its a lot better than getting a case of lockjaw.
2 Answers · Health · 01/06/2009
Not that I think this story is real...but you can't just pull a knife out on kids who are throwing stuff at you.
3 Answers · Politics & Government · 11/11/2014
yes. you throw randomly, but during flight it gets adjusted to the alignment which has least aerodynamic resistance. This is best explained in aerofoil experiment in fluid dynamics lab.
1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 09/08/2011
...would be such a shame for a big old tree to die justbecauses of a few knife hits . Watch out for ricochets, be safe, and have a good time.
4 Answers · Games & Recreation · 08/08/2011
It's possible, as long as the wound is treated accordingly and the stab missed major organs.
19 Answers · Sports · 12/01/2010