This video demonstrates the right and left-handed sidewinder tomahawk throw. This is from the one-rotation distance. I have also done this from two-rotations. Much like the standard overhead throw, when the hawk leaves your hand it has a somewhat “natural” rotation to it. This makes it fairly easy to stick consistently as long as you are the correct distance away from the target. The main problem is that un-like the standard overhead throw, this throw is hard to aim making for some wild off to the side throws, so be careful when trying this. I just happen to be using a Beaver Bill “Thin-Line” hawk for the left-hand throw and a heavily modified “Best Competition Throwing Hawk” from Hatchetsandaxes.com for the right-hand throw. Now go have fun!