Ready, Set, Go…We’re Ready for Christmas Orders!

by | Dec 1, 2014 | News

Our shop has turned into Santa’s elves for the next three weeks. We will be busily filling your Christmas orders. Please help us by ordering early and we will get your orders out the door as soon as possible.

We will not be able to handle any custom orders in the next three weeks. If you have a question, please call and we will try to help you. Right now we ship the majority of our products through the US Postal System via priority mail. Atlatl Darts can be problematic to ship because the shipping services charge “oversize” rates. Our shipping rates are based on size not weight. We can also use Fed Ex and UPS but may have to add an extra fee because of the extra costs of those services.

If you have question, please call us at 800-836-4520 and we will do our best to help you.


  1. Lee Starling

    been going to the mailbox every day like a kid waiting for Christmas , made some darts out of old fiberglass fishing poles that were laying around , I believe they will work well
    have cut cane and am drying it , chased a chicken and got some feathers, then made a mini atlatl and began throwing arrows ;
    and now eagerly await my order , I know it will be here soon and I need to be patient , but I can’t wait to sling a full size dart downrange . is that the mailman ? disappointed again , but there is tomorrow , this is going to be better than those lawn darts my Mom took from me , I wonder were she hid those collectors items ? look forward to my atlatl kit arriving , will send pics of the fiberglass darts should they work reasonably .

    • Cheryll

      Hope the kit worked out well for you.

  2. Lee Starling

    kit came out great, burned grain with torch and many layers of oil produced a beautiful atlatl
    the fishing poles worked well on a few , while others had too much flex , and I shattered one
    tried some vinyl coated steel tomato stakes from home depot which worked great , but bend if glanced off an object (tree)
    traditional Cane darts are definitely the way to go
    they hold up the best to my rough treatment
    just follow the tutorial videos and you’ll be making darts yourself
    Amazing ,watching a 6ft dart fly , flexing , through the air; what a great toy/tool , in just a few throws I was surprising ,myself with the power and accuracy behind it.
    I’m hooked , this is easy to use and produces hoots, hollers , and grins from all my friends who try it..
    Don’t hesitate, if you are on the fence , BUY ONE ! you won’t regret it.

    • Cheryll

      Sorry we missed you in Florida. Glad the kit came out great.


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