Northern Paiute Arrow Replica

$145.00 & Free Shipping

This arrow is a copy of an authentic Northern Paiute arrow that’s currently in the Favell Museum in Klamath Falls, Oregon.  This arrow is believed to have come from the Paiute living in Northern Nevada, around Pyramid Lake.  The main shaft is made of reed, with a hardwood foreshaft.  The foreshaft is painted red and it’s tipped with a Desert Side Notched point of obsidian that’s glued in place with pine sap glue and a wrapping of deer sinew.  It’s fletched with turkey wing feathers that are applied with a pronounced twist.  This imparts spin to the arrow in flight to improve stability and accuracy. It also has two bands of red painted under the feathers.

This arrow is shipped in a sturdy PVC pipe to ensure safe delivery to your door.  Free shipping within the U.S.

Arrow Specs:  Northern Paiute replica, reed with hardwood foreshaft and obsidian point.  27-inches long.

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A replica Northern Paiute arrow based on an original.


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