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The American Longbow Arrows

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"You can't shoot any straighter than your straightest arrow."
- Howard Hill

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The American Longbow Arrows

Crowned, crested, double lacquered, fletched, nocked, tipped, and weighed: all by hand in the USA.

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Crowned, crested, double lacquered, fletched, nocked, tipped, and weighed: all by hand in the USA.

Story

Favorited by the most storied archers in recorded history, the American Longbow is an object of grace and power. Whether chosen as an introduction to archery or for the pursuit of mastery, our string-follow Longbow offers unparalleled accuracy and smooth shooting.

It is the bow that every generation learns with, and the bow that reconnects a seasoned archer with the romance of casting arrows. Unencumbered by technical aids, the American Longbow patiently teaches true form. Without sights, pulleys, or counterweights, the archer learns an instinctive style, shooting naturally and with grace. The release of a string-follow bow is forgiving and dependable, allowing for versatility on the range and in the field. The bow does not strain to pull the string past its centerline, resulting in a comfortable and confident feel in the hand.

Like The Best Made Axe, the American Longbow is a timeless instrument fabricated around a hickory core, harvested locally in the USA. Black fiberglass laminates and bubinga risers add power and beauty for an elegant merger that is equally effective on the range as it is on the hunt.

Specs
  • Set of six arrows
  • Tipped and cut to 29"
  • Hand-dipped crowning
  • Hand-painted cresting
  • Double-lacquered
  • Bohning nocks
  • 25lb arrows have 70 grain steel tips
  • 35lb arrows have 100 grain steel tips
  • 45lb arrows have 125 grain steel tips
Materials
  • Port Orford Cedar
  • Steel target points
  • Genuine feather fletching, white with grey indicator feather
Origin
  • Handmade in the USA
In the Field

Maroon Bells, Colorado. Fall 2015. Photo by Forest Woodward.