The best bow in the world is only as good as the arrow! Traditionally the most common use of these tools is hunting, and these arrows have certainly proved their worth over thousands of years of use. Hunting arrows can be made from rivercane, cedar, ash, viburnum, or other hardwood shoots. What sets these arrows apart are the beautiful and sharp stone points that give these arrows their timeless efficiency.
If you want to enjoy shooting a custom set of arrows without breaking the bank or your flint points, take a look at these! Made from top quality port Orford cedar, and tipped with target points of your choice weight, these arrows will catch your eye and the bullseye.
Sets of 3 are $75
Sets of 6 are $150
Most arrows I make are historically accurate, but every now and then I copy items in museums, books, or private collections. Usually made to order, these arrows are museum quality, and exceptionally functional, just like the artifact was. Consider it a second life! I tend to avoid using the terms original and reproduction, because the saliva that chewed the sinew, the blood from the cut on the arrowhead... is the same as what's on the old arrows. An unbroken tradition that spans millennia.
That depends on what you want, I can give you a more accurate price the more we discuss details! Do you want rivercane, viburnum, dogwood? How about cedar or ash? Custom points, fletchings?
Bows require wood, points require stone, but arrows require hunting for feathers, sinew, good shaft material, glue, and paint. Even still, making them in our traditional fashion and providing historically accurate, quality arrows makes it all worth it.