On the second day of class we cover improvised weapons and tools, including hands on with flint knapping, primitive archery from bows we make from locally grown Osage and deer sinew, Atlatls, fishing kit made from sinew and bone, while getting hands on with it in ways you might not otherwise.
One Mind, Any Weapon. Be The Hunter, Not The Prey.
The next First Line Course is 27-28 April 2019. I’ll see you out there.
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So where’d you find the obsidian?
We get the obsidian from Mexico. It’s a little easier to work with when learning the basics of knapping.
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