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Boomerang Throwing

Boomerangs Throwing

Kevin Verbael

Please read our Boomerang Safety Instructions before you attempt to Throw or Catch a Boomerang.

Throwing a boomerang breaks down into five simple parts, the grip, the throw, the throwing angle, adjusting for wind, and the catch.

For more information on throwing boomerangs:

  • Adjusting your throw
  • Tuning your boomerang
  • Throwing paxolin rangs 
  • Throwing long distance

 

The Grip
The curved, or decorated side should always be held towards your body and the flat unpainted side should always be facing away from you. The easiest way to grip the boomerang is...

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I was impressed with the Seagull boomerang. Smooth controlled flight. Never seen or used a boomerang that was SO easy to use. I hate to tip everyone off because I want more for my family. It is a well made quality product exceeded only by Colorado Boomerang Customer Service.

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My son absolutely loves his new Red Bolt Boomerang.

Big bomber boom with a learning curve

First day throwing the Kilimanjaro was initially frustrating, as I repeatedly dumped it into the ground. But after some trial & error; adjusting release angle (with extra layover of 30-45+ degrees), it flies far out (without wind) – almost straight out, while climbing, then returns on a narrow U-shaped path, which was unexpectedly cool! Eventually got a catch. In windy conditions, flight path differed (more elliptical), but getting a catchable return was rare, as it'd sail past me. With more practice, this 'K-boom' will be amazing. For now, a half-star deduction for the rough paint finish and learning curve (at least for me) – 4.5 stars. If you have a strong arm, good technique, and like challenging, long-distance flights, get this boom!

Sweet Aussie RP design & flight

The Lazy Hook is a sweet-looking Roger Perry design, with a snazzy paint job and glossy finish. It's mid-sized, thick in the middle, with a tapered trailing arm, and a weighted leading arm. I found it flies higher than the description, but that's probably from some wonky throwing. However, it returns well, even without a strong throw. I recommend it for recreational or serious throwers!

Bend the tips down minutely for a lower throw. Bend the tips up slightly if you want a higher throw.