The BEST primitive arrow on the market! Hand spined and built by the best in the business. Customers are exceptionally happy and return for more year after year. Satisfaction guaranteed.
These are a top tier, primitive, handmade arrows. They are selfnocked and wrapped with real sinew. The fletchings are hand cut from wild turkey feathers. Feather selections are either the stiff primaries or the soft and quiet tail feathers.
These arrows are end wrapped and also glued down along the quill. These are designed more for the serious hunter that wants the quietest arrow possible and for someone who wants an authentic looking, Native American 3 fletch arrow
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)
Note: If you order custom length arrows under 30″ long, they cannot be returned if you’ve chosen the wrong spine for your bow, so be sure of your needed spine, or stick with the standard length arrows. It never hurts to have a long arrow!
They COME standard WITH field points included– that you may want to strategically choose to mirror your required stone point weight. These arrows are not weight matched, and will typically vary in weight by about 50 grains total. (Not enough to notice when shooting at standard distances, 5- 20 yards) (Not sure about that?? watch my video on shooting arrows of different weights. in my “Information & Education pages) )
The ends are tapered to fit the glue on field points, but you can remove the field points and replace with glue on broadheads when it is time to hunt.
Stone points can also be cut and hafted to these arrows.
If you buy my arrows and my stone points, I will mount them for free (Stone points are at additional cost)
The point ends of my arrows are plugged solid to make them stronger. This also adds about 25 grains on average to the end of the arrow.
At the end of the day, these arrows are my go-to hunting arrows that have taken big game every year and won tournaments alike.