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    Starting knapping in middle school and picked it back up recently and figured Id make a goal of making arrows and my own bow to hunt with. Points are anything from obsidian, chert/flint, or glass. I used cane/bamboo for shafts, deer sinew for the bindings, turkey feathers and will weatherproof the bindings with pine pitch glue as soon as I get some made.

    And by no means am i a pro, Id scarcely consider myself proficient. Go through a lot of material, broken pieces etc just to get a few. More skill to get thinner and bigger pieces take a long time to master but its fun to mess with when Im bored.





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    That’s awesome
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    Beautiful.

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    Do you know Andy shull?

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    How many bud platinums did you have to drink to get the blue one?

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    Wow...I feel totally worthless.
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    Kill a deer with one, and you will harness the spirit of the wild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie horse View Post
    How many bud platinums did you have to drink to get the blue one?
    Came from a wine bottle I got at the recycling place

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    Kill a deer with one, and you will harness the spirit of the wild.
    Thats the ultimate goal
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    Dang buddy that is some impressive work!!

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    Now this is BADASS

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    Very impressive!


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    The idea that some guy years ago said to him self "I should make tiny spears and take a long stick with a tight string and go shoot dinner with it" just baffles me.
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    Now you need to take some of the failures and seed some popular arrowhead findin spot . Then watch the local news channel.
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    When you kill that deer, you need to cook a piece of it over a fire that you built by rubbing sticks together.

    Damn impressive work! You've got caveman skills! I can imagine some future anthropologist getting really confused when he gets the carbon dating results back from one of the arrow shafts.



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    That is very impressive! Think you will have everything ready for this deer season?
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    Dude. I'm speechless. Those are stunning.
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    Awesome! You need to kill a duck, goose, and a turkey with one also!
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    Btw that green glass one looks like it’ll punch through!
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    Already told ya but again, badass my friend!

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