Designed after the "wirlki" or "jawbone"
of the N. Territory of Australia,
it is also known as the "swan neck boomerang"
or the "figure 7 boomerang".
This stick has a reputation as an aerial hunter against flocks on the wing, as well as a formidable tribal weapon.
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Hand crafted from tough black polycarbonate
Approx. 640mm/25.2" x 360g/12.7oz
Potential small game hunting range out to approx. 70 meters for skilled throwers
Total range is approx. 75-95 meters / 82-103 yards (individual results may vary)
Hook on the back is a useful bush tool
Extra stable and forgiving platform
Head weighted balance and extra stability feels great for short to mid range accuracy
Mid sized half fluted grip for a snappy, fast, accurate release
Hook provides enhanced weapon's trapping use
Standard model is right handed (see our Karli Model for left handed throwers)
I recently purchased every item on the Throwsticks.com product range and couldn't be any happier. Ben and Carol were both a pleasure to deal and made everything very easy for the delivery of my order to Australia. The products themselves are exceptional in quality and craftsmanship and very professionally made. They all perform exactly as they were intended and I have had many enjoyable hours of throwing with many more to come!
- Malachi Conway @ RockyInstincts (Queensland, Australia)
Living in Australia it was an unusual choice to purchase an ancient Australian artefact based product, made in the US. But the promoted quality, performance, consistency, reliability and pricing was very appealing and I thought worth the investment/ risk.
I have not been disappointed and quickly purchased a second Boomerang and am very impressed in all areas, especially the performance, accuracy, feel and look- must people think it is hardwood and not polycarb. I dedicate a lot of time to Bushcraft and outdoor living/ hunting skills and have enthusiastically added your hunting Boomerangs to my practice and survival skills kit and are a lot of fun.
I now have the Long Hunter and the Wirlki and look forward to throwing others in the future.
Many thanks and keep up the great work.
- "Kaburra" (New South Wales, Australia)