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Mega Quirl :: Axel Heckner
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Material: Paxolin or Glassfiber/Epoxy Composite 3mm

Distance: 90-120m

[1997] The Mega-Quirl is derived from the widely known MTA named Quirl. Axel Heckner uses 3mm GFEC for this LD version. This shape is completely different from other LD Booms. It is very small and light. Therefore, it does not need a hard throw, it must be thrown rather like an Aussie Round boomerang. For throwers used to the heavy hook type, however, it might be hard to handle - at least for me (Lorenz). It is often seen at distance competitions in Europe.
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