Make Your Own Boomerang at Home

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Intro: Make Your Own Boomerang at Home

Hello world , this is my first inscrutable and i hope you like it !!!!

A boomerang is a thrown tool, typically constructed as a flat foil, that is designed to spin about an axis perpendicular to the direction of its flight. A returning boomerang is designed to return to the thrower.This is really meant for hunting But You can use it for playing also.

Step 1: Materials Required

TEMPLATES - First and Foremost You Need The Templates which You can Download get From The Above File. There are three templates , you can choose any of the three template.


Cardboard/wood - I prefer Cardboard as it is much less dangerous than the wooden one.

Scissors - It is used to cut the cardboard.

Step 2: FINISHING IT UP

NOW just trace the template on cardboard and cut it PLAY WITH IT .

CAUTION - PLY WITH THE BOOMERANG OUTDOOR ONLY. AS IT CAN PROVE TO BE DANGEROUS (IF IT HITS ANYBODY).

Thank you , i hope That you like it.

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    7 Discussions

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    Dawesome1

    2 years ago

    How would you do it with cardboard? I don't get it.

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    adenda2

    3 years ago on Introduction

    great! welcome to instructables! and way to be getting your first instructable up! I never built one, but my uncle makes wooden boomerangs... He bevels the inside edge of each "arm" giving it some lift... It'll go about 80 yards and land right in my hand. only 2 arms though. ever tried one with 3.

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    Qdmaster

    3 years ago

    I used to make my own boomerangs and if you want it to work there are a lot of details you need, it's not hard but takes some time, the wings need to be shaped properly, similar to an airplane wing in taper, and you have to tune the boomerang once done if you want it to fly properly, a quick Internet search should give all the info you could want... There is a lot missing here lol