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Who do you get your custwo woorrows from

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Patriotfan 09-Jan-19
Patriotfan 09-Jan-19
Bowguy 09-Jan-19
Sinner 09-Jan-19
B.T. 09-Jan-19
Gator1 09-Jan-19
Flyman 09-Jan-19
rraming 09-Jan-19
Hookedspur 09-Jan-19
Hookedspur 09-Jan-19
boatbuilder 09-Jan-19
White Falcon 09-Jan-19
Dry Bones 09-Jan-19
Trad15 09-Jan-19
Patriotfan 09-Jan-19
B.T. 09-Jan-19
PhantomWolf 10-Jan-19
Wohlf 10-Jan-19
woodsman 10-Jan-19
Ranman 10-Jan-19
redquebec 10-Jan-19
Tradbowmike 10-Jan-19
George D. Stout 10-Jan-19
RymanCat 10-Jan-19
South Farm 10-Jan-19
Jon Stewart 10-Jan-19
Stickshooter 11-Jan-19
bluejack 11-Jan-19
SB 11-Jan-19
jjs 11-Jan-19
Bowmania 11-Jan-19
Elderly OCR 11-Jan-19
Trillium 11-Jan-19
From: Patriotfan
Date: 09-Jan-19




Curious to go a good decent priced custom arrow maker

From: Patriotfan
Date: 09-Jan-19




Well this new phone isn't typing well lol

From: Bowguy Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 09-Jan-19




When you say arrows do you mean finished arrows or shafts for arrows?

From: Sinner
Date: 09-Jan-19




Rose City arrows in Grants Pass Oregon.

From: B.T.
Date: 09-Jan-19




Good wood arrows are expensive and few who make them.

From: Gator1
Date: 09-Jan-19




Paul Jalon at Elite arrows for finished shafts is my vote

From: Flyman
Date: 09-Jan-19




Gary Hall D and M arrows.Great arrows.

From: rraming Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 09-Jan-19




I make mine but Bob at whispering winds if he still does it, if not, addictive archery is highly promoted through a podcast I listen to.

From: Hookedspur Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 09-Jan-19

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Gary Hall of D&M custom arrows.

From: Hookedspur Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 09-Jan-19

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From: boatbuilder
Date: 09-Jan-19




Lost Nation Archery online or in person.

From: White Falcon
Date: 09-Jan-19




Ron French, on here.

From: Dry Bones
Date: 09-Jan-19




Jeff Freeman has made some pretty nice arrows as has Scott. Both of them are regulars here and GREAT people. Jeff is Bodymanbowyer and Scott is the Mountainman.

-Bones

From: Trad15
Date: 09-Jan-19




True North Arrows

From: Patriotfan
Date: 09-Jan-19




Thanks checking Into all suggestions I'll w

From: B.T.
Date: 09-Jan-19




I have seen and own some beautiful cedar arrows that are not straight. I love the beautiful craftsmanship but do these guys products shoot?

From: PhantomWolf
Date: 10-Jan-19




Gary Hall of D & M.

From: Wohlf
Date: 10-Jan-19




Chad Grahm does incredible work

From: woodsman
Date: 10-Jan-19




Susan St. Charles of Northwest Archery, Bob Burton of Whispering Wind, Paul Jalon of Elite Arrows and Tom Parsons of Kimsha all make great looking arrows that shoot fantastic. That all have been in business for a long time.

From: Ranman
Date: 10-Jan-19




Stringmaker on this forum.

From: redquebec
Date: 10-Jan-19




About 8 years a go I had Dan Toelke make a custom bow for me and I told him I really prefer wood arrows. I asked him who I should call. He said Rod Kelley has forgotten more about making perfect arrows than most people will ever know.

Rod was Fred Bear's arrow maker at Bear archery when the company was in Grayling MI. Rod lives in the mountains in Montana, has no cell phone or e-mail, land line only. He's made dozens of arrows for me and each arrow has the specs listed. The grain weight is less than 3 grains variance and the spines were all the SAME! All were as straight as carbon. I don't know how he does it. Super nice guy BTW. He also custom makes aluminums and carbons.

From: Tradbowmike
Date: 10-Jan-19




All of my wood arrows come from my arrow making archery junk room.

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 10-Jan-19




Bob Burton is as good as anyone listed and he is a member here. Whispering Wind Arrows and he goes by aromakr here. Other members here make arrows as well. I make my own...it's a lot cheaper and I don't need fancy.

From: RymanCat
Date: 10-Jan-19




It all depends on what you wanted to spend. Quality is not all created equal either. Some mentioned are the best and some are the middle of the road.

Why don't you look for a good set of used arrows or ask on the classifieds and see who gets back to you is my suggestion and wants to make you a set of arrows. You can spend from 50.00 to 175.00 so do your research will depend on materials and the labor of love some put into the finished product.

The more custom the more money so you decide what you really desire.

You see arrows on trad blanket from time to time as well as in classifieds. if you wanted no frills arrows there's plenty out there. If you wanted extotic and splicked arrows they are out there as well and many arrow makers are on here that might get back to you as well just put the plee out for one to hook you up.

From: South Farm
Date: 10-Jan-19




Used to get them from Jim Curlee years ago, through the Footed Shaft when Lamont was still around, great job, but since doing my own I buy the shafts from Surewood Shafts out of Oregon.

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 10-Jan-19




Lost Nation

From: Stickshooter
Date: 11-Jan-19




Paul Jalon - (Ron LaClairs)

From: bluejack
Date: 11-Jan-19




Ernies Arrows in Butler,Pa.

From: SB
Date: 11-Jan-19




Have craft my own wood arrows since the 50's. I get my shafts from various suppliers.

From: jjs
Date: 11-Jan-19




X2 George Stout and Elite is there also. Shoot high price bow why settle for 2-3rd rate arrows. I keep my woods for hunting and tin or carbon for thumping.

From: Bowmania Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 11-Jan-19




I was going to mention aromakr, but as usual George beat me to it.

He helps out a lot on wood arrow questions.

Bowmania

From: Elderly OCR
Date: 11-Jan-19




Usually Lowe's and my workshop.

From: Trillium
Date: 11-Jan-19




Paul, at Elite.





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