Archer’s Paradox

Archers paradox is a term used to describe the bending of an arrow shaft upon release from the drawn string. Specifically, the shaft bends in an arc around the handle or riser of the bow. It is a misconception that “centershot” bows, (those whose arrow shelf is cut deeply into …

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Homemade Bow And Arrow

The crafting of your fine,  handmade traditional cedar arrows, begins with premium Port Orford cedar shafting All of the shafts are matched +/- 10 grains and spined in 5 pound increments.

These shafts are then cut to your custom length using a precise shaft cutter. The nock and head end …

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Arrow Building – Aniline Dye

Aniline dyes are different from pigmented stains. Pigmented stains are tiny flakes of color suspended in a solvent, which can settle thickly to the bottom of a container. The aniline dyes dissolve, becoming part of the solution. This dye solution penetrates the wood deeply, rather than sitting on the surface. …

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Hornes Archery

The Combo Hunter is the newest addition to the Horne’s Archery family. This bow may be the finest example of exquisite craftsmanship coupled with unmatched performance and versatility. The Combo Hunter is a longbow riser with a 3″ radiused sight window, designed to be interchangeable with your choice of takedown…

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Groves Bowa – MAGNUM I

The preferred bow for traveling archers & bowhunters who demand “top performance” but need a compact, take-down bow.

Our superior two piece joint is a Groves exclusive and it will never fail you.

The Magnum II Take Down recurve bow has the same quality and characteristics as the Magnum I …

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