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The Karli Fluted Hunting Boomerang

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The Karli Fluted Hunting Boomerang

Hand crafted from tough black polycarbonate
Approx. 632mm/24.9quot; x 332g/11.7oz
Ideal for the sport thrower, the small game hunter, or anyone who just wants to have fun!
Potential flock hunting range out to approx. 80 meters for skilled throwers
Total range is approx. 85-105 meters / 93-114 yards (individual results may vary)
Mid sized grip for a snappy, fast release
Excellent straight flights
Our most versatile fluted stick for a range of throwers

We designed quot;The Karliquot; model as a fun, light weight distance achiever which can get a thrower into a fluted stick at an attractive price point. Opened elbow fluted sticks like this seem to ride a groove when they fly. Based in the designs of some of the shorter and lighter weight central desert throwsticks that were used historically for small game, we have developed something which is optimized for long range sport oriented throwers and feels pleasant to throw at high speeds. There is one proviso: It prefers a fast, snappy release and good spin to stabilize the ultra flat, long range flights.


Safety Warning And Terms Of Sale

Buyers must be at least 18 years of age.

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Safety Warning

The following list of safety warnings, dangers and instructions is by no means exhaustive: Throwsticks are naturally dangerous and unavoidably unsafe. They can break bones, cause concussion, and cause serious injury or death at long or short range. They can also cause significant property damage. Before throwing a throwstick, know your target, its surroundings and beyond. Know how to properly throw your throwstick. Do not throw your throwstick when any person, animal or valuable property is anywhere in front of you or at any angle out to your sides. Do not strike objects with your throwstick at close range without wearing eye, hand and face protection. Throwsticks can bounce a considerable distance off of solid objects in an unpredictable fashion. Do not run or climb with a throwstick if it has one or more sharp ends, Do not throw your wood or polycarbonate throwstick at solid, hard or sharp objects, or you may risk damage to your throwstick, including breakage. Do not throw your polycarbonate throwstick at solid and hard objects at temperatures below freezing or there is a risk of breakage. Do not forcefully warp or bend your throwstick with extreme force, or attempt to use it to support your weight, as this may damage the tuning of the stick or cause breakage. Do not throw your throwstick towards any vulnerable property or property damage may result. Throwsticks have been known to break glass, penetrate walls and doors, and to shatter and splinter objects. Do not allow children to play with throwsticks unsupervised. Do not swing your throwstick near other people. Be aware that throwsticks may be thrown to curve off of a straight flight path and can go in upredictable directions in windy conditions, including being carried to long distances. Do not throw a wood or polycarbonate throwstick when people, animals or property are within 300 meters range in front of you. Throwsticks with pointed ends can be a stabbing danger. Do not accidentally put the point into your own eye when handling or throwing. Pointed objecs can be fallen upon by the user so that it is a stabbing danger, therefore do not run with a pointed throwstick in hand or utilize it while riding a horse or bicycle. Do not navigate difficult terrain or climb with a pointed throwstick so that you cannot possibly fall upon it.

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The Karli Fluted Hunting Boomerang

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