Atlatl, Eastern Style
A composite tool of a stone weight, antler hook and wooden shaft. The weight style is common to the eastern United States. This design is based on archaeological remains from the Midwestern and Southeastern United States. $250.00
Atlatl, Calusa Style
Remains of several atlatls of this style were found buried in the muck on the Key Marco site in Southern Florida. This style of atlatl is easy to use. $100.00
Cane Spear with Stone Point
The shaft is of bamboo with a stone point on a fore shaft. Bamboo is a substitute for the cane shafts often used in the Southeastern United States in the past. Real cane is extremely difficult to find today as most cane has been eradicated to make room for farming....
Solid Wood Spear with Stone Point
Just like our cane spear, only with a solid wood shaft instead of cane. Solid wood shafts were used in areas where cane was not available. Tree saplings were usually used for shafts. $145.00
The student atlatl is about the simplest style of atlatl. Modeled after one found in a rock shelter in Arkansas, which was about 3,000 years old. A rugged atlatl that can take abuse. Use with our student spear for a popular hands on program of throwing spears with...
A shaft with wild turkey feathers, no fore shaft, and blunt end for safety and low maintenance. Use with our student atlatl for a popular hands on program of throwing spears with atlatls. Six sets are good for a group of 20-25 participants to keep things moving along....