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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.
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.
Aztec Macuahuitl Obsidian Sword
A replica of the classic Pre-Columbian Meso American Macuahuitl, or Obsidian Sword. A favorite weapon of the Aztecs at the time of Spanish conquest, it features volcanic glass flakes fit into a wooden club.
Bow Drill Traveler Fire set
A smaller, lighter, and more advanced set that can easily fit in the average backpack for portability.
Callahan Honor Essays CD
A collection of essays by top authors in the Experimental Archaeology field, to honor the work of pioneering Archaeologist Errett Callahan.
Friction fire/ Pump drill set
A traditional way to make fire without matches through friction.
Neolithic Danish Daggers Vol 2 CD
The CD version of the new Neolithic Danish Dagger Vol 2 book, containing all the same information as the full paper book.
Primitive Technology Book
Practical guidlines for stone tools, pottery, basketry, and bowmaking, by Dr. Errett Callahan.
A functional example of a primitive sling. Such slings have been launching rocks for hunting and warfare for thousands of years, in many different cultures of the world.
Shawnee Bow Functional Replica
A functional replica in hickory, of a Shawnee tribe bow in the collections of the Univ. Of Penn. Museum. It is 58 inches long and pulls 62 pounds at 26 inches of draw.
Stone tipped pump drill
A stone tipped traditional drill that can be used for primitive demonstration of drilling wood, bone, antler, and soft stones.
Traditional Knife in Obsidian
A modern made knife in all traditional materials. The blade was knapped in Oregon Obsidian, and it is set in a handle of Whitetail Deer antler. It is 8 inches long.
Vol 1. The Flint Daggers of Denmark CD
A CD version of the book by Errett Callahan on the flintknapping of the European Neolithic.
Vol 1: The Flint Daggers of Denmark
A coffee table book about the Flint Daggers of the Neolithic in Europe, by Errett Callahan and Jan Apel. 32 pages of 50 examples shown actual size for the first time in 11" by 17" stock.
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