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Q: What should I wear
A: Wear non restrictive clothing and closed toe shoes. Your comfort and ease of arm motion is important.
Q: Should I arrive early for my appointment
A: Yes. Please arrive fifteen minutes early. Prior to going to the range, you will have to watch a short video to explain some techniques and safety, and also sign a waiver form, which will take a bit of extra time.
Q: Will someone be there to assist me with my throwing technique
A: Yes. It is important to note that a staff member will be on hand to help with technique and answer questions once on the range.
Q: Do you take walk-ins
A: Walk-ins are welcome but will be subject to availability.
Q: Can anyone throw a weapon
A: Yes. As long as you are 18 or older and are willing to listen and give it a try, anyone can throw a knife or axe successfully!
Q: Can I bring my child with me
A: For now, Bury the Hatchet only welcomes those aged 18 and up.
Q: Do you have parking
A: Yes. It is located just off of Geneva Street, and though limited, it is complimentary. If necessary, street parking is also available for a fee during the week. Street parking is free on the weekends and after 6pm.
Q: Are spectators allowed
A: Yes, however there are limited seats to view our axe warriors.
Q: Am I allowed to bring my own axe or knife set
A: All weapons used must belong to Bury the Hatchet. We keep our weapons well sharpened, and will have one to suit your skill and experience level.
Q: Can I bring my own food
A: Yes. We have a small fridge that may be available for your group to use, if you need to make arrangements, please contact us via email or phone to discuss.
Q: What methods of payment do you take
A: Cash, credit or debiT