These arrows are made with Cherokee or South Eastern Natives in mind. They are not specifically replicas, but built with similarities. They are selfnocked and wrapped with real sinew. The fletchings are hand cut from wild turkey feathers in the same manner as many of the Native American arrows found on the east coast fletched their arrows.
The shafts are River cane, hand straightened with heat. They are spined in 5# ranges, ie” 35-40#, 40-45#, 45-50″, etc..
The standard lengths are 30″ long from the base of point to the inside of the nock. I can cut them to whatever length you desire, but I prefer the leave them long to keep the weights up to a satisfactory hunting weight (450+ grains) These are slightly more temperamental than 3 fletch, so these may require some additional tuning by you to fit your specific bow. I recommend my 3-fletch arrows if you are serious about hunting as those ones are a little more consistent. These arrows do require a little more tuning but are ideal for Cherokee sets where this particular is desired.