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Building your own arrow can save you a lot of money.
You will need to invest in the right tools to do a good job, but it will be worth it.
You could even earn plenty of brownie points (or cash if you don’t like them very much) fixing your club mates arrows.
Although they might not make you shoot better, they sure do look pretty!
Let your personality shine with some colourful wraps.
For target archery, the rules state you must initial your arrows. Our letter and number decals are light weight, easy to apply and look great.
I love the speed and powerful bond of Cyanoacrylate for fletchings. I hate Cyanoacrylate when the fletching stays stuck in the clamp.
If you are an experienced fletcher, then fast drying contact adhesive like that can be great.
But if not, consider a more forgiving, slower drying adhesive.
Hacksaw + Carbon Arrow = Bad Idea.
Don't compromise your arrow building project by using the wrong tools. We have the right tools for job right here.
The better you get, the more you notice the little things.
Perfectly weight matched arrows are one of those little things.
Especially if you are trying to put them all in the middle at longer distances!
The Scouts have a motto. "be prepared". The same should be said of fletchers. There is nothing more annoying than a newly glued fletching falling off on the first shot.
So, let's take a leaf out of the Scouts handbook and do it right.
If, like me, you seem to spend your evenings fletching arrows, you will have come across the same problems.
Not enough wall space to prop them up while watching TV. Kids knocking them over. Arrows stuck together or rolling off the table.
Get organised with these handy storage solutions.
Straight fletch? Offset? Helical?
Whatever your flavour, we have a jig to suit.
Turn you arrows into works of art! Cresting is the art of painting the back of your arrows to make them unique.
Since carbon arrows became the de facto arrow of choice for most archers, the need for an arrow straightener has diminished.
It is still an essential tool for any archery club.
Beginners are regularly taught on aluminium arrows, and, much as we love them, they do tend to bend a few arrows...
In those circumstances, a high-quality arrow straightener is well worth the money!
Not designed for Chiropractors (unless they also happen to be archers), spine testers are essential tools for fine matching of arrow shafts.
The concentricity of the arrow and the correct positioning of nocks and points influence the accuracy of your arrows. Rather than spinning an arrow in your hand, use an arrow inspector for best results.