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Tradslinger
finally got one finished. of course I didn't wait quite long enough for the glue to dry and set up on the field point and it now resides inside my block. But another one was quickly glued on and this time I waited long enough. Learned a lot on fletching this one and will do a better job on the next ones. But I shot this arrow a dozen times and it flew great so far. I had a very busy day and didn't get to shoot any shots longer than 10 yards yet. I got a new brace for my right foot, called an Arizona brace and brother do I like it. I can actually walk with confidence again.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      I really like making these river cane arrows, they take time to make and all of that but just pretty cool when you think about it. All I do is to hunt now and these will work just fine for that. I can see where making footed inserts would be nice too but right now I am happy with how I have done these. While they may not look very pretty to some, they look pretty good to me and they shoot pretty good too. Jerry   20200429_200410.jpg  20200429_200419.jpg     20200430_072138.jpg  20200430_072213.jpg    
"But a man drew his bow without taking special aim and struck the king of Israel through the joints of his armor." 1 Kings 22:34
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chuckc
Good job there. Making some with broad heads too ?
ChuckC

Charter Member Traditional Archery Society

I did too !

Madison, Wisconsin.   Public land hunter
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Deno
Great job Jerry   [thumb]

Deno
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United Bowhunters of New Jersey
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Selden Slider
Good work.  Frank
Charter Member Traditional Archery Society
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Tradslinger
Broadheads? But of course Chuck! will be two blades, I have plenty of Zwickeys and Deadheads. A cousin is very adept at broadhead knapping and has told me that he will make me some to hunt with. I will make more arrows just for them.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      My wife keeps saying stuff about taking a growing plant and turning it into an arrow, she loves it so I will be making some for her as well. The only reason I went with the plastic nocks was just to be able to snap an arrow on in the tree stand and leave it hanging freely. My son-n-law has some turkey feathers for me so I will be using them later for hunting arrows. This has been a real blast to do and anybody can do it. Jerry
"But a man drew his bow without taking special aim and struck the king of Israel through the joints of his armor." 1 Kings 22:34
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