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Please read: All of my atlatls have traditional loops which are designed to fit snugly. Inner diameters of loops are given, measured across the shortest internal dimension. These loops will stretch somewhat, but minimally-as such, they will not work for people with larger hands. These atlatls are designed to throw traditional darts, weighing in the ball park of 3-3 oz, give or take. Anything larger stands a good chance of destroying the atlatl. These are all hand made items, as such some work marks will be evident, and in my opinion add to their charm.
Atlatls are numbered 1 through 4, top to bottom.
ALL PRICES INCLUDE SHIPPING IN US.
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Atlatl 1: Broken Roof Cave Style, Gambel Oak. $100 SOLD
A Broken Roof Cave style truncated handled atlatl. Made from Gambel Oak, the same material as the original, and the preferred wood of the Basketmakers.. Weight is hand-ground catlinite. Charmstone is selenite, and a pine nut is tied into the upper loop bindings. Inner diameter of the loops is 1.9cm.
Length: 53.4 cm
Max width: 2.6 cm
Atlatl 2: Broken Roof Cave style, Osage Orange. $110 SOLD
This atlatl is made from Osage Orange, with a wight of silty red sandstone I personally collected in Oklahoma. The charmstone is selenite. Loops are made of multi-ply chamois hide. Inner loop diameter 1.75 cm.
Length: 53.97 cm
Max width: 2.946 cm
Thickness: ~6 mm
Atlatl 3: Generalized weighted Basketmaker, White Ash. $100
This atlatl is made of white ash, with a weight of grey sandstone I personally collected in Missouri. The atlatl is stained red with Utah hematite and loops are made of chamois leather rolled around a core of willow bark. Inner loop diameter is 1.53 cm.
Length: ~63 cm
Max width: 3.0 cm
Thickness: 8.4 cm
Atlatl 4: Generalized weighted Basketmaker, Gambel Oak. $100 SOLD
This atlatl is made from Gambel Oak, the preferred atlatl wood of the Basketmaker culture. The upper face of the wood shows dark heartwood streaking. Loops are made from chamois leather with a raffia fiber core. Inner diameter of finger loops is 1.53 cm. Weight is made from personally collected Missouri sandstone, stained red with Utah hematite paint.
Length: 63 cm
Max width: 3.2 cm
Thickness: 8.0 mm