Axe Throwing, Lubbock, TX

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We aim to make your axe throwing experience as safe and enjoyable as possible.

If you, your family, or your friends are bored with your usual local activities, come on over to Raider’s Axe Gallery & Entertainment to enjoy some axe throwing. We have a wide range of over 70 weapons for you to choose from, including antique axes—one of which dates back to the 1700s— as well as knives, spears, saw blades, metal cards, and more. In addition, we have an impressive antique axe display for you to see. We’re confident you’ll have a good time with us in Lubbock, Texas and enjoy a unique experience that is as fun as it is challenging.

In for a thrill? See how you can channel your inner warrior!

 We can accommodate individuals, groups, and families with varying skill levels, so there’s no need to worry if you’re a beginner. Each participant will receive instructions from our trainer on how to throw the axes properly. This will ensure that everyone remains safe at the axe throwing lanes. In addition, your trainer can provide some helpful tips for technique, which will allow you to take pride in your new skill and play more competitively if that’s what you want. Feel free to use our dry-erase scoreboards to keep track of points.

Axe Throwing, Lubbock, TX
Axe Throwing, Lubbock, TX

Our prices are $25/hour per person and $250/hour for groups of 10 or more, not including tax. Axe throwers must be age 8 or over to participate.

We look forward to seeing you at the range soon! Book a time for your axe throwing session or contact us with your questions today. We are always happy to help.

At Raider’s Axe Gallery & Entertainment, our axe throwing venue welcomes guests from Lubbock, Levelland, Slaton, Wolfforth, Tahoka, Floydada, Plainview, and Crosbyton, Texas.

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