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Atlatl barstone weight
A tie on weight for modern sport atlatls. It is made in granite and ground to a mass of around 70 grams. Designed to fit most modern sport throwers around 2 feet long and flexible. Measurements about 3.5 inches long and about 1/2 inches wide.
Atlatl Shell Finger Loops Cast
Perhaps the most fantastic example of atlatl finger loops known to archaeology, this cast set was molded and cast from the authentic original from the Shaft Tomb Complex(around 2,000 years ago) in Colima, Western Mexico.(COA Kent Bond Galleries)
Authentic Materials Atlatl Dart
An example of a prehistoric North American dart/spear for use with an atlatl thrower. It measures 71 inches long, and is made with the natural materials of obsidian and River Cane.
Basketmaker Style Atlatl
A functional spear thrower based on Archaeological examples from the western United States.
Faon aux l'oiseaux Propulseur Replica
A replica of the famous spear thrower from the cave of La Mas d'Azil in France. The original was made in reindeer antler and dates to the Magdalenian period(12 to 17,000 years ago)
Meso American Style Atlatl
A modern functional atlatl based on the archaeology of Central America. The finger grips are modern epoxy casts of 2,000 year old carved shell loops from Colima, Mexico.
Modern Sport Atlatl
Occpaleo's hybrid Atlatl thrower to match our spears/darts for modern sport. A great functional thrower inspired by ancient design elements.
Nicolarson Cave Atlatl Replica
A functional replica of one of the oldest and best preserved prehistoric spear throwers in North America.
Pre-Columbian Style Atlatl
A functional model of a pre-columbian atlatl, using casts of ancient authentic 2,000 year old shell finger grips from the Valley of Mexico.
Springing Horse of Bruniquel
A replica of the "Springing Horse of Bruniquel, France. The original was carved in reindeer antler over 12,000 years ago and was believed to be part of a spear thrower.
The Creeping Hyena of La Madeleine
A replica of the famous "Creeping Hyena" of La Madeleine, France. The original was carved over 12,000 years ago out of mammoth ivory, and shows the carved spur of a spear thrower.
The Licking Bison of La Madeleine
A replica of an ancient spear thrower fragment from La Madeleine, France. The original was made in reindeer antler between 12,000 and 17,000 years ago. It depicts a bison turning to lick an insect bite on its flank.
White Dog Cave Basketmaker Atlatl Replica
A functional replica of the archaeological atlatl remains from White Dog Cave, AZ
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