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Travel Case for Bow and Arrows

March 7th, 2018|0 Comments

The last time I traveled with a bow I didn't have a travel case for bow and arrows so I just put it in a rifle case and called it good. Although that worked just fine, the airline treated my two piece longbow like it was a rifle! I [...]

Self nocks for wood arrows

February 28th, 2018|2 Comments

If you're going to make a primitive arrow, you've just got to have a self nock on the thing! This video will take you through the process that I use to make snap on style self nocks. I like the snap on feature because it ensures the arrow isn't [...]

Building a Take down Selfbow Part 1

February 19th, 2018|0 Comments

Thanks for signing up on Patreon! As part of perks you'll get access to some pretty awesome bow building videos. This is part of an online course I'm developing that'll cover everything I know about building bows. This series of videos on a take down is rather advanced and [...]

Arrow FOC

February 7th, 2018|5 Comments

Extreme front of center (EFOC) arrows aren’t a new concept. They’ve been talked about in traditional archery forums extensively for the past 10 years or so. But understanding what’s happening and why higher FOC influences and arrows flight and penetrating ability can be a little confusing to folks, especially [...]

Bow Building Tools

January 31st, 2018|2 Comments

The bow building tools you select to build a selfbow or other primitive bow will depend on your own preference and the type of wood you’re working with. For instance, when working with Eastern redcedar or whitewood boards, I’ll use a small block plane extensively for shaping and tillering [...]

Archery Tips 4 – Back Tension, Form, Accuracy

January 24th, 2018|1 Comment

Back tension and proper alignment is the foundation of good repeatable form and consistent shooting. But, unless you already know what it is, it can be a difficult thing to grasp. What is it exactly? What does it feel like? How do I know if I'm using back tension [...]