This demonstrates the one, one and a half combo tomahawk throw. It is important to find two hawks that are “matched” for this throw. That means that they shouldn’t be matched at all. Usually this requires a longer, heavier hawk for the one rotation and a shorter, lighter hawk for the one and a half rotation. The idea is that one hawk must rotate one time and the other hawk rotates 1 and a half times in the same distance. Now have fun!