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The tribe "Kawésqar" were skilled fishermen who inhabited the extreme south of Chile and sailed the icy waters of the Magellan Strait using their sea wolf skin canoes. They made their own hooks and fishing accessories, among them different types of harpoons. In the "Kawésqar" language, "Tantar" was the harpoon with several sharp-pointed ends. Condor's Tantar Harpoon comes disassembled with two double-end sets.
Walter A Matthews is a survival techniques specialist who also served as an officer for more than 20 years in the Chilean Marine Corps. In 2005 he founded in Chile the first Survival and Primitive Skills school. As a SERE Instructor, he has also trained Special Forces operators on survival techniques. His tactical experience, self-reliance, primitive skills, and bushcraft techniques in different locations throughout the world, give him the ability to design various types of knives and outdoor tools.