Joona Kuitunen
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Arrow Remover (1500s)  Not much is known about this tool, but it is hypothesized that it was inserted into the wound in a contracted position, with the central shaft used to grasp the arrow. The blades, which appear to have their sharp edges facing outward, were then expanded using the scissor-like handles, thus expanding the flesh around the arrow to prevent the arrowhead from ripping through the meat as it was pulled out.

Arrow Remover (1500s) Not much is known about this tool, but it is hypothesized that it was inserted into the wound in a contracted position, with the central shaft used to grasp the arrow. The blades, which appear to have their sharp edges facing outward, were then expanded using the scissor-like handles, thus expanding the flesh around the arrow to prevent the arrowhead from ripping through the meat as it was pulled out.

Construction of the Gokstad Boat at the Viking Ship Museum

Construction of the Gokstad Boat at the Viking Ship Museum

Viking ship plans

Viking ship plans

Viking Ship plans

Viking Ship plans

viking ship construction | Viking Ship plans

viking ship construction | Viking Ship plans

a brief primer on wooden boat construction

a brief primer on wooden boat construction

planning on building an 18' replica viking ship in plywood lapstrake.

planning on building an 18' replica viking ship in plywood lapstrake.

A Scarf joint roved through from either side.

A Scarf joint roved through from either side.

Roar Ege in full speed and with spindrift around the stumstern

Roar Ege in full speed and with spindrift around the stumstern