Hunting Boomerangs

Australian hunting and fighting boomerangs

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Hunting boomerangs - were used by the Australian Aboriginals, mainly for injuring or killing animals or enemies.
Hunting boomerangs fly at high speed close to the ground and can easily kill a small animal or knock down a larger one.
Highly effective for hunting, boomerangs are also used as hand-held weapons, as musical instruments and for sport.
Some of the other uses were, religious ceremonies, digging, clearing fire sites, unearthing ants and lizards.
Hunting boomerangs are normally made from the curving roots of mulga or wattle trees

 
 Mulga wood
Heavy hunting boomerang, Mulga wood
Heavy hunting boomerang
Contemporary art
hunting boomerang on stand
hunting boomerang on stand
Dot art
hunting boomerang on stand
hunting boomerang on stand
 
 Boomerang Hook
Hand burnt wattle wood
Hand burnt wattle wood
Fighting club / spear
Hand burnt wattle wood spear
Hand burnt wattle wood
Hunting club
hunting boomerang, wattle wood
Hand burnt wattle wood
 
 Hunting boomerang
Hand burnt wattle wood
Hand burnt wattle wood
Unique root hunting boomerang
Root hunting boomerang
Unique root hook boomerang
Root Hook boomerang
 
 Dot art
Collectable hunting boomerang on stand
Collectable hunting boomerang on stand
 Dot art
Collectable hunting boomerang on stand
Collectable hunting boomerang on stand
 
 

We recommend that hunting boomerangs be only used for Display or Ornamental purposes

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