The tapered wood arrow: wild turkey arrow fletching, a solid wood nock with a hard wood arrow shaft. The Native American style arrows have a straight cut on the feathers as opposed to the traditional shield cut of our traditional arrows.
Arrows with different cresting
Broad heads: 120 grain zwickey eskimos for an easy switch to our 120 grain field tips.
Stain colors (top to bottom)
Many things set us apart from other archery companies, particularly our pride in heritage and preservation of ancient skills. You will find that everything from the arrow fletching to the shaft will resonate with the ancestoral ways.
Hunting point - 120 gr. Zwickey Eskimo broadheads
Length: standard of 29 1/2"
Colors Available: stains of light brown, Dark Brown, or Reddish brown
Matched to your Bow: every arrow set is custom made to your needs from 20 to 70 lb spine weight.
Wood type: Ash shafts for heavy penetration, and a high stable & durable arrow
Wild Turkey Feathers: Cut and processed in house
Helical Fletch: spiraling the arrow to reduce recovery time after the arrows paradox
Elk Sinew Bindings: Wrapped on the ends of the quills with hide glue, just like the old days!
Grooved arrow shafts: Inspired by the arrows made by plains indians, we offer arrows with grooved "lightning marks". Though passed down as a symbol, the groovings also help to prevent warpage in the shaft.
Tapered arrow shafts: The front of the arrow is larger diameter than the rear. The tapered arrow design was used around the world for ages and provides better clearance and stability than straigh cut shafts.
Wood nocks: Our arrow nocks are made in the same style as indigenous arrows from around the world. They are bulbous, providing an easy hold in the fingers.
If you are looking for something special that is not shown we can usually help. A custom design bows sale price can be determined upon consultation. All bows and Arrows for sale are made per custom order