A Boomerang is a roughly carved stick, effective as a missile. This is used as a weapon by the native people of Australia, for the purpose of hunting, wild animals, and birds. It is simple in looks. But in function, it often surpasses many complex weapons. It is made up of hard tough wood It is flat on one side and curved on the other its edges are sharp and ends rounded. It is bent in the middle at about an angle of 120 degrees. It is 22% feet in length, 1 inch thin, and 1 inch thick. A stem is cut to the required specification. A one-piece boomerang is preferable to a boomerang which is made by joining two pieces of wood. A boomerang is thrown horizontal to the ground, in such a way that it starts rotating. And due to the force of throw and the gravity of the earth, it travels in a curved path After hitting its target, it does not stop. Instead, its spinning changes direction and helps it to return back to the hunter Its rounded and curved body helps it to attain a height and desired force. Therefore it hits its target with considerable power thus killing or stunning it instantaneously.