Norsaq

Also known as Throwing Stick.
A stick made from wood. It was originally used when throwing the Harpun, as a means of extending the hunters arm, so the harpoon was thrower at a higher speed.

Today it is mainly used for Eskimo rolling.

  • Rolling stick norsaq
    Rolling stick norsaq
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    Gram 6400 Throwing Stick

    51 USD, outside Euro zone

    Throwing Stick or Norsaq. Originally used to throw the harpun. The tool served as an extension of the hunters arm, and thus the harp could be thrown at high speed. Other data, see bottom of page.
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  • Rolling stick norsaq
    Rolling stick norsaq
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    Gram 61200 Throwing Stick

    51 USD, outside Euro zone

    Throwing Stick or Norsaq. Originally used to throw the harpun. The tool served as an extension of the hunters arm, and thus the harp could be thrown at high speed. Other data, see bottom of page.
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  • Rolling stick norsaq
    Rolling stick norsaq
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    Gram 6600 Throwing Stick

    51 USD, outside Euro zone

    Throwing Stick or Norsaq. Originally used to throw the harpun. The tool served as an extension of the hunters arm, and thus the harp could be thrown at high speed. Other data, see bottom of page.
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    Gram 6120 Throwing Stick

    105USD, outside Euro zone

    Throwing Stick or Norsaq. Originally used to throw the harpun. The tool served as an extension of the hunters arm, and thus the harp could be thrown at high speed. This Norsaq is made of 50 pieces of carefully selected wood, and thus appears as joinery art. The Norsaq can be used completely normally. Other data, see bottom of page.
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    Gram 6110 Throwing Stick

    105 USD, outside Euro zone

    Throwing Stick or Norsaq. Originally used to throw the harpun. The tool served as an extension of the hunters arm, and thus the harp could be thrown at high speed. This Norsaq is made of 50 pieces of carefully selected wood, and thus appears as joinery art. The Norsaq can be used completely normally. Other data, see bottom of page.
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