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Arrows of 2021

Messages posted to thread:
Boxcall70 01-Jan-21
Nemophilist 01-Jan-21
Nemophilist 01-Jan-21
wolfcoach 01-Jan-21
moleman 1 01-Jan-21
Danny Pyle 01-Jan-21
RonG 01-Jan-21
sagebrush 01-Jan-21
dhermon85 01-Jan-21
dhermon85 01-Jan-21
Murray Seratt 02-Jan-21
OregonTK 02-Jan-21
OregonTK 02-Jan-21
dhermon85 02-Jan-21
moleman 1 03-Jan-21
M60gunner 04-Jan-21
Crow#2 04-Jan-21
dhermon85 04-Jan-21
Krag 04-Jan-21
NBK 04-Jan-21
OregonTK 05-Jan-21
OregonTK 05-Jan-21
OregonTK 06-Jan-21
Suedog 24-Jan-21
Randog 24-Jan-21
OregonTK 24-Jan-21
OregonTK 24-Jan-21
BATMAN 24-Jan-21
moleman 1 24-Jan-21
bigdog21 25-Jan-21
bigdog21 25-Jan-21
OregonTK 25-Jan-21
South Farm 25-Jan-21
OregonTK 01-Feb-21
GlassPowered Hoosier 01-Feb-21
OregonTK 01-Feb-21
Boker 01-Feb-21
MStyles 02-Feb-21
Deno 02-Feb-21
OregonTK 02-Feb-21
Dan In MI 11-Feb-21
Any-bears17 11-Feb-21
OregonTK 20-Feb-21
OregonTK 20-Feb-21
OregonTK 20-Feb-21
Glunt@work 28-Feb-21
GaryDHall 28-Feb-21
GaryDHall 28-Feb-21
GaryDHall 28-Feb-21
GaryDHall 28-Feb-21
dnovo 28-Feb-21
moleman 1 28-Mar-21
yohon 02-Apr-21
OregonTK 04-Apr-21
OregonTK 04-Apr-21
OregonTK 04-Apr-21
OregonTK 04-Apr-21
Cameron Root 04-Apr-21
Cameron Root 05-Apr-21
wooddamon1 05-Apr-21
wooddamon1 05-Apr-21
Cameron Root 05-Apr-21
Nemophilist 06-Apr-21
Bjrogg 06-Apr-21
Bjrogg 06-Apr-21
Bjrogg 06-Apr-21
Bjrogg 06-Apr-21
Two Feathers 06-Apr-21
Ron LaClair 06-Apr-21
Ron LaClair 06-Apr-21
Ron LaClair 06-Apr-21
altitude sick 07-Apr-21
Bjrogg 07-Apr-21
wooddamon1 07-Apr-21
The last savage 07-Apr-21
Bjrogg 09-Apr-21
Bjrogg 09-Apr-21
Bjrogg 09-Apr-21
cacciatore 10-Apr-21
OregonTK 14-Apr-21
OregonTK 14-Apr-21
D.Lewis aka tonto59 14-Apr-21
Geezer 14-Apr-21
Bjrogg 14-Apr-21
From: Boxcall70 Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 01-Jan-21

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Some 2216 autumn orange aluminums made up for this year.got some 2213 same type in the works getting 5" ,LW,natural barred banana feathers,left helical.

From: Nemophilist
Date: 01-Jan-21

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2016s I made

From: Nemophilist
Date: 01-Jan-21

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2018s I made.

From: wolfcoach
Date: 01-Jan-21

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From: moleman 1
Date: 01-Jan-21




Great work guys! I'm working on a batch myself right now. This is a great thread every year, so everyone please post them as you build them.

From: Danny Pyle
Date: 01-Jan-21




Good to see you back Dan.

From: RonG
Date: 01-Jan-21




Yes this is one of my favorite threads.

My new work shop is not finished yet, but when it is I will participate, in the mean time I will look and drool. Moleman 1 you make some mighty fine looking arrows.

From: sagebrush
Date: 01-Jan-21

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From: dhermon85
Date: 01-Jan-21

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Some I put together

From: dhermon85
Date: 01-Jan-21




Wild cherry koolaid dyed

From: Murray Seratt Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 02-Jan-21




Happy to see you back, Dan. Best wishes, and Happy New Year.

Murray

From: OregonTK
Date: 02-Jan-21

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Douglas fir shafts and dyed wild turkey.

From: OregonTK
Date: 02-Jan-21

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Douglas fir shafts and natural wild turkey

From: dhermon85
Date: 02-Jan-21

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Chartreuse/yellow

From: moleman 1
Date: 03-Jan-21

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Something simple. Scorched cap and a minimum of creating.

From: M60gunner
Date: 04-Jan-21

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Just finished these Cedars. Hopefully we will have a 3D season so I can use them. Spray yellow cap, cresting done on my Spinrite, feathers by Ozark. Thought I would try them , I like the shape. The rest of shaft has 6 coats of real Tung oil. Stuff takes awhile to cure especially when it’s not real warm here.

From: Crow#2
Date: 04-Jan-21




Dehmon85 What's the process you use for dying those feathers? I likem.

From: dhermon85
Date: 04-Jan-21




Warm/hot tap water in Tupperware, just enough water to submerge feathers. About a 1/4 cup white vinegar or so, 4 packs wild cherry. Stir mixture. Weight down feathers. Think the vinegar helps set color. Waited 10 minutes or so and pulled out to dry. Was my first go and seemed to work.

From: Krag
Date: 04-Jan-21




moleman, like that scorched look and how you applied it and the white opposite ends of what most would probably do - different!

From: NBK
Date: 04-Jan-21




Wolfcoach, SWEET arrows!

From: OregonTK
Date: 05-Jan-21

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Six pack of douglas fir for a fella in Indiana

From: OregonTK
Date: 05-Jan-21

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Six pack of fluflu for a fella in Indiana

From: OregonTK
Date: 06-Jan-21

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Made these for a young lady who's just starting into archery. Her favorite color is turquoise, so I did my best to make these Turquoise Tracers something she'll enjoy.

From: Suedog
Date: 24-Jan-21

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400 GT Traditional minus specs with stain from D&M.

From: Randog
Date: 24-Jan-21




Likem all.

From: OregonTK
Date: 24-Jan-21

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Made these douglas fir arrows for a fella in South Carolina.

From: OregonTK
Date: 24-Jan-21

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These are on their way to a new owner in Colorado.

From: BATMAN
Date: 24-Jan-21




Love looking at Purdee Bows and ARROWS! MORE! MORE! GOOD HUNTING and BLESSED BE! Batman

From: moleman 1
Date: 24-Jan-21




Great work everyone! Arrow eye candy....love it.

From: bigdog21
Date: 25-Jan-21




Oregon TK. you do some fine work. them red would look good with my bow.

From: bigdog21
Date: 25-Jan-21




ttt

From: OregonTK
Date: 25-Jan-21




"Oregon TK. you do some fine work. them red would look good with my bow."

Thank you, appreciate the compliment!

From: South Farm
Date: 25-Jan-21




I can't pick a favorite; they're all pretty dang nice!

From: OregonTK
Date: 01-Feb-21

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Something a little different. Made these for a fella with ties to Purdue University... Black & Gold

From: GlassPowered Hoosier
Date: 01-Feb-21




Hey my alma mater! Boiler up! I love how pure and smooth the color is on those arrows Oregon!

From: OregonTK
Date: 01-Feb-21




Thank you Sean!

From: Boker
Date: 01-Feb-21




Wow, love this thread

From: MStyles
Date: 02-Feb-21




Good to see you back Dan. Easton Autumn Orange 2217’s were the first arrows I assembled back in 1998 when I got back into trad Archery. Fluorescent green nocks and banana cut fletching. Bought it all from McMahon’s Archery( now gone).

From: Deno
Date: 02-Feb-21

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I like Green for a change up.

Deno

From: OregonTK
Date: 02-Feb-21




Deno ... tasty, like after dinner mints!

From: Dan In MI
Date: 11-Feb-21




Up

From: Any-bears17
Date: 11-Feb-21

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Don’t have a pic of the full set but here’s some good tips

From: OregonTK
Date: 20-Feb-21

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From: OregonTK
Date: 20-Feb-21

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From: OregonTK
Date: 20-Feb-21

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six of one, half a dozen of the other.

From: Glunt@work
Date: 28-Feb-21

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Fletching up a set for my brother tonight

From: GaryDHall Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 28-Feb-21




Some great looking arrows here !!!!

From: GaryDHall Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 28-Feb-21

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From: GaryDHall Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 28-Feb-21

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From: GaryDHall Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 28-Feb-21

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I have had some fun making some new combos for the good people in the Trad World !

From: dnovo Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 28-Feb-21

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Here’s some I made up for a new bow.

From: moleman 1
Date: 28-Mar-21

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Just finished a half dozen cedars. Amateur at best but still fun to build.

From: yohon Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 02-Apr-21




MORE??????

From: OregonTK
Date: 04-Apr-21

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From: OregonTK
Date: 04-Apr-21

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From: OregonTK
Date: 04-Apr-21

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From: OregonTK
Date: 04-Apr-21

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From: Cameron Root
Date: 04-Apr-21

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From: Cameron Root
Date: 05-Apr-21

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From: wooddamon1 Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 05-Apr-21

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Cedar

From: wooddamon1 Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 05-Apr-21

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Easton Legacy 2020

From: Cameron Root
Date: 05-Apr-21




Nice

From: Nemophilist
Date: 06-Apr-21

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Just finished fletching these 2018s.

I'll have no problem seeing these in flight.

From: Bjrogg
Date: 06-Apr-21

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One I just finished. Driftwood stand. Flint Ridge point. Halved with a little epoxy and then pine pitch over the top. White tail sinew wrap. River cane shaft. Wild turkey fletch. Sinew wrapped Self nock. And my Bjrogg markings.

Bjrogg

From: Bjrogg
Date: 06-Apr-21

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From: Bjrogg
Date: 06-Apr-21

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From: Bjrogg
Date: 06-Apr-21

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From: Two Feathers
Date: 06-Apr-21




Lots of arrows pleasing to the eye. Nice work by all.

From: Ron LaClair
Date: 06-Apr-21

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Brian, I love that arrow. Brings back memories I've killed three deer with flint points.

From: Ron LaClair
Date: 06-Apr-21




I used Don Gilson points and made the arrows myself.

From: Ron LaClair
Date: 06-Apr-21




Self nocks, wild turkey feathers wrapped with deer sinew

From: altitude sick
Date: 07-Apr-21




Beautiful artwork Brian

From: Bjrogg
Date: 07-Apr-21




Yes there certainly are Two Feathers.

Thanks Ron. I believe I know Don. I’m pretty sure I meet him at Marshall. One of Guys buddies?

Thanks Jay. I’m not sure what will happen with this one. It might just sit on someone’s shelf. I’m confident if given a chance. “It will Kill”

Bjrogg

From: wooddamon1 Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 07-Apr-21




Some very nice arrows guys! BJ, that's a beauty!

From: The last savage
Date: 07-Apr-21




Total arrow porn...love it!!!

From: Bjrogg
Date: 09-Apr-21

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Thanks Damon and Patrick.

Just finished another stone point river cane shaft. I can shoot them at my block target but it really is hard on the target. Like shooting steel broad heads is.

I try not to shoot very much but enough to make sure they shoot right. Shot this one out of the bow I did the build along on. “Big Bad Wolf”.

Pretty good penetration. Point went all the way through from about 10 yards. Shaft straightened out quick with good arrow flight.

Bjrogg

From: Bjrogg
Date: 09-Apr-21

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Darn sideways pictures. This is how far it penetrated. Target isn’t new, but it’s pretty decent yet.

Bjrogg

From: Bjrogg
Date: 09-Apr-21




Sorry I said Block target I meant Black Hole.

Bjrogg

From: cacciatore Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 10-Apr-21




Great thread keep them coming

From: OregonTK
Date: 14-Apr-21

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Douglas Fir shafts

From: OregonTK
Date: 14-Apr-21

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Douglas Fir shafts

From: D.Lewis aka tonto59
Date: 14-Apr-21




Those are amazing looking arrows Brian. Beautiful job!

From: Geezer
Date: 14-Apr-21




Brian, do you ever shoot those gorgeous flint- tipped arrows at game? Ever taken a deer with one? Great work!

From: Bjrogg
Date: 14-Apr-21




Thanks Don

Geezer I still haven’t taken a deer with one. I’m hoping to change that soon.

Actually the first time I ever shot a arrow at a deer was with a stone point arrow I made and a selfbow I made. I was shooting from a tree stand and a doe walked right under the pine tree I was in. The angle was pretty steep and although it was a really close shot I missed the sweet spot and hit a little high and to far ahead. Hit bone and arrow only penetrated a couple inches and fell out.

I’ve learned a lot since then. Took two with steel broad heads. Really want the next to be with stone.

Nice arrows Oregon TK

Bjrogg





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