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FAR :: Tibor Horvath
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Material: Glassfiber/Epoxy Composite 3mm (or Paxolin 4mm)

Distance: 90-110m

[1997] This is the GFEC boomerang in the B AGRESSiVE collection. A 'Far' should not miss in your collection if you take LD seriously :-) Now let's be serious. The advantange of this boomerang over the paxolin clubs 'BAg Hook II' and'Beatback' is its small weight and easy-to-throw characteristics, while distances of over 100m are still possible.
You may build the 'Far' in Paxolin 4mm if you xerox the original plan to 117%. With accurate weighting you will get a first class competition boomerang with a range of over 110m in a light breeze. When we first saw the 'Challenger III' we thought it was the best LongDistance Boomerang available. A couple of months later we got to know the 'FullPower'. We believed that it had a better flight performance than the 'Challenger III'. So this began to be our favourite LD boom. Much later, Tibor had the idea of building his 'Far' in Paxolin 4mm. He therefore xeroxed his original'Far'-plan to 117%. On the field we saw a boomerang with an excellent flightbehaviour. Since then, we believe that the 'Far' is the best boomerang for throwing accurately beyond 100m.
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