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I finally got around to grinding the feathers from the bird I got last spring along with a few I picked up off the ground, and had just enough left wing primaries to do up a half dozen arrows for the upcoming turkey season. Full length brown stain, with some black and silver cresting done with my Whisper Crester. I'm really happy with them and hopefully I can get another tom with my longbow this spring!

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Those are some great looking arrows!


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Nice Aaron

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really nice
 


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Those are nice.  Did you make some flu flus or did you have some to burn yet in the middle photo?
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Good work, and good luck!!!!!

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Thanks! I didn't leave any as flu flus, I was just fletching a couple and burning a couple as I went along. I haven't given up on the rabbits and squirrels yet, but I'm started to get excited about turkeys now!
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Good looking arrows and they got medicine you did them yourself
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Those look just right to me! I like em.

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Great looking arrows and best of luck this spring!
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Nice arrows ! What will go on the other end ?
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I did too !

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These should tune pretty well to my bow with around 160 grains up front, so there's a good chance it'll be a Howard Hill head getting it done again this year. I have been thinking about picking up some Grizzlys to try though, we'll see😉.
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Nice looking arrows. I am looking forward to spring birds, too. My arrows won't be as sexy as yours, however.
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