primitive arrow

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  • Apache Arrow Replica 1


    A beautiful copy of an authentic Chiricahua Apache arrow from Arizona.

  • Cheyenne Arrow Replica 1


    A beautiful Cheyenne arrow replica based on a set in the Smithsonian’s collection.

  • Cheyenne Arrow Replica 2


    A beautiful replica Cheyenne/Arapaho arrow that copies a matched set of authentic arrows in the Smithsonian.

  • Cheyenne/Arapaho Arrow 4


    A museum-quality replica of a Cheyenne arrow with fluffs.

  • comanche_arrowcomanche_arrow

    Comanche Arrow Replica


    This replica Comanche arrow is an exact copy of one that’s in a set of 16 in the Smithsonian that I personally examined back in 2014. The group of arrows was part of a complete archery set including the bow, quiver and bowcase that was captured off a Comanche warrior in 1868 near Paint Creek, Texas. This arrow copies the original in every aspect.

    The shaft is made of a dogwood shoot. It’s fletched with a mix of turkey wing and tail feathers (a very common feature of many Plains arrows). The fletch is secured front and back with sinew but they aren’t glued to the shaft, just like with the original I copied.. The paint design copies the original. The dark blue is laundry bluing, which many southern Plains arrows were decorated with during that time. They would obtain the bluing from settlers and use it to decorate their arrows. The shaft has 3 straight shaft grooves that were common on many Plains arrows. The front of the shaft is tapered and it’s tipped with a metal point made from a circular saw blade and it’s held with a wrapping of deer sinew and the front is also decorated with laundry bluing. Although difficult to see in the photos, the front of the shaft has small dents made by holding the shaft with the teeth when the shaft was straightened. The original arrow also had these same dents from the same technique, so I followed suit.

    This arrow is one of the reasons the Comanche came to dominate the southern Plains. Their fierce fighting capabilities, coupled with their expertise on the horse is why they were called Lords of the Prairie. Here’s your chance to own a copy of a real piece of American history.

    Shipped in sturdy PVC pipe to ensure safe delivery to your door. Free shipping for domestic orders within the U.S.

  • flint hunting point

    Flint Hunting Point for Modern Arrows (130 grains)


    This stone point is designed to screw into a standard modern carbon fiber or aluminum arrow. It weighs 130 grains and has a 7/8″ wide cutting diameter. It also has a non-barbed profile to conform to some state laws that require a non barbed broadhead design. The stone point is secured into a short hardwood foreshaft and is glued in with epoxy, then wrapped on with artificial sinew. To add to it’s deadly appearance, it’s painted in the same color scheme as a coral snake. Identical stone points I’ve made have been used to take big game in North America and even South Africa, so these points have proved deadly on a variety of big, tough game animals. This point allows even modern bowhunters to experience hunting with primitive points without having to change up their entire set up. These points can be shot from any compound bow, traditional bow, or crossbow. This point is designed for standard carbon fiber or aluminum arrows and will NOT fit into the newer, super slim carbon fiber arrows.

  • Flint Hunting Points (100 grains)


    These 3 flint hunting points are part of a new designation of points called “Safari Series”, because they proved themselves on several African Safaris. These are designed for one thing: to bring down the biggest, toughest game quickly. They all weigh 100 grains (+/- 4 grains) and they provide a minimum of 7/8″ cutting widths. They have finely serrated edges for large wound channels, rapid blood loss and quick, humane kills. These points have been proven in North America, and recently in Africa where I harvested several African Plains game animals with points identical to these. They’ve proved to be serious, big game killers. No one else has traveled to the other side of the planet to test their products like I have. That’s how much I believe in them. If you ever doubted just how deadly stone points are, take a good long look at the photo of me and my guide with my wildebeest.  That wildebeest was down within seconds after I drove that stone point to his heart.  That should erase any question.  After seeing their performance on tough African Plains game, I’d be fully confident hunting an African lion with them.

    These points should be launched from a bow pulling 55-lbs or more, and should be mounted to arrows weighing a minimum of 525 grains.

  • Flint Hunting Points (60 grains)


    This set of 3 matched weight flint hunting points are designed for big game. They all weigh 60 grains (+/- 1 grain) and are side notched for durability and sturdy hafting and do not have any barbs to conform with states that require non-barbed broadheads. The edges are finely serrated and they provide 7/8″ cutting widths for large entry wounds, rapid blood loss and quick, humane kills. These points have been proven in both North America and Africa, and will bring down any big game animal if the arrow is put in the right spot.

  • rivercane arrow shaftsrivercane arrow shafts

    Rivercane Arrowshafts (12 ct) (TEMPORARILY SOLD OUT)



    PLEASE NOTE:  The Post Office recently increased their shipping costs on long items like arrow shafts, so that will translate into higher shipping costs.  Also, the increase in fuel prices and inflation has forced me to increase prices on my cane shafts to make up for the added expense.

    Shoot what Billy shoots…river cane!  River cane is one of the best primitive arrow materials available; it’s easy to straighten and flies perfectly when properly matched to a bow.  Its hard, waxy coating makes it very resistant to warpage and its density means it’s almost indestructable.  Cane is naturally hollow, making it perfect for adding foreshafts that can be tipped with different points to create arrows of wonderful versatility.  These river cane arrow shafts are hand selected for uniformity, proper thickness taper and straightness.  Rivercane will vary somewhat in wall thickness and spine, so these shafts are cut extra long to allow you to tune each piece of cane to fly well off your particular bow.  These cane shafts are for serious big game hunting.  They’ve proved deadly on deer, wild pigs, turkeys, and even tough South African Plains game.  Click through the photos to see a kudu taken with a single rivercane arrow.  That’s all the proof you need.

    $60 per dozen + $19 shipping

  • Sierra Miwok Arrow Replica 1


    A beautiful museum-quality replica Sierra Miwok arrow.

  • Sioux Arrow Replica 1


    A museum-quality replica of an authentic Sioux arrow.

  • Sioux Arrow Replica 2


    A museum-quality replica Yankton Sioux arrow that copies a set in the Smithsonian.