SOG’s Fulcrum Series Throwing Knives

The SOG's Fulcrum Series Throwing Knives feature a special adjustable balance weight.


SOG has engineered a special adjustable balance weight that runs the handle length of their new throwing knife, the SOG Fusion. This adjustable weight allows the knife thrower to dial in their own custom balance point for their particular throwing style and rotation speed.

Because of this fully-adjustable balance mechanism, SOG’s Fulcrum models can be thrown by either the tip or handle. Different from most throwing knives designed to be thrown by one end or the other, now a SOG knife owner has a choice in throwing technique.

If used as a utility knife, the Fulcrums have a lanyard hole for additional retention over water, while the adjustment groove provides additional lash points if and when the knife must be used as an emergency survival spear.

The Fulcrum series comes in two models and both are made from 420-stainless steel with a tough black oxide finish. Both models come with nylon sheaths for belt-mounted carry. The Fulcrums are also available in competition three packs.

Fulcrum I has an overall length of 9.5 inches and weighs 7.4 ounces. MSRP is $32.00
Fulcrum II has an overall length of 12.4 inches and weighs 12.5 ounces MSRP is $42.00

Competition Packs (3 knives, sheaths not included):
Fulcrum I MSRP $75.00
Fulcrum II MSRP $98.00

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  • I purchased the Fulcrum 1 3months ago because it looked very interesting with the balance mechanism and its solid feel. With the “wheels” on the center point I immediately hit its mark from 5 steps -about 15 feet- throwing from the handle with 1 1/2 twists on my first 4 out of 5 throws. Each time the wheels jumped out of place so I adjusted the pressure slightly. On my next 5 throws I threw a little harder and to my surprise and dismay the screw between the wheels broke off on the inside of the wheel without the head. I did not do anything unusual it just broke. Im still looking for the receipt which I thought I would never need having bought SOG knives since the 80’s. John