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Digital Grain Scales

20.00

Easy to read digital grain scales

These superbly accurate digital grain scales have a blue back-lit LCD display for easy viewing (back light can be turned off) and are a must for anybody thinking of building their own arrows.

Specifications:
• Perfect for weighing arrows, points, nocks, etc
• Measuring range: 200 g; Readability: 0.01 g
• Color: Black
• 7 weighing units (g/gn/oz/ozt/ct/tl/dwt)
• Automatic off power saver mode (30s)
• Backlit LCD display
• TARE Function
• Uses 2x AAA batteries (included).
• Dimensions: 125 (L) x 75 (W) x 20 (H) mm

If you have any question regarding this product please don’t hesitate to contact me

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Arrow Shafts Spruce – Weighed

61.40

Spruce – Hand Spined & Weighed Arrow Shafts with Buffalo Horn Inserts

Set of 12 hand spined & weighed spruce arrow shafts with buffalo horn inserts.
Ready for you to cut your own self-nocks!

  • Hand spined & weighed – 30-35# , 35-40# , 40-45# , 45-50# , 50-55# , 55-60# , 60-65# , 65-70# , 70-75#
  • Shafts are 11/32″ and 32″ long
  • Inserts are 2mm in thickness and 25mm in length

Which spine do you need?

There are thousands of roads to reach the same point; the same is true of arrows.
Several factors affect arrow tuning as well as the spine of the shafts. These included the length of the finished arrow and the amount of weight used for your arrow points.
As a general rule of thumb a good starting point is:
Bow WITH an arrow shelf: +10 to 15lbs ABOVE the drawn weight (on your fingers)
Bow WITHOUT arrow shelf: – 10 to 15lbs BELOW the drawn weight (on your fingers)

If in doubt contact me with your bow make/model, bow weight and your draw length and I will advise you on the spine of shaft best suited to your needs.

If you have any question regarding this product please don’t hesitate to contact me

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Arrow Shafts Spruce – Horn

56.00

Hand Spined Arrow Shafts – Spruce

Set of 12 spruce arrow shafts with buffalo horn inserts.
Ready for you to cut your own self-nocks!

  • Hand spined – 30-35# , 35-40# , 40-45# , 45-50# , 50-55# , 55-60# , 60-65# , 65-70# , 70-75#
  • Shafts are 11/32″ and 32″ long
  • Inserts are 2mm in thickness and 25mm in length

Which spine do you need?

There are thousands of roads to reach the same point; the same is true of arrows.
Several factors affect arrow tuning as well as the spine of the shafts. These included the length of the finished arrow and the amount of weight used for your arrow points.
As a general rule of thumb a good starting point is:
Bow WITH an arrow shelf: +10 to 15lbs ABOVE the drawn weight (on your fingers)
Bow WITHOUT arrow shelf: – 10 to 15lbs BELOW the drawn weight (on your fingers)

If in doubt contact me with your bow make/model, bow weight and your draw length and I will advise you on the spine of shaft best suited to your needs.

If you have any question regarding this product please don’t hesitate to contact me

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Arrow Shafts Cedar – Inserts

69.20

Hand Spined Port Orford Cedar Arrow Shafts with Horn Inserts

Set of 12 Port Orford Cedar arrow shafts with buffalo horn inserts.
Ready for you to cut your own self-nocks!

  • Hand spined – 40-45# , 45-50# , 50-55# , 55-60# , 60-65# , 65-70# , 70-75#
  • Shafts are 11/32″ and 32″ long
  • Inserts are 2mm in thickness and 25mm in length

Which spine do you need?

There are thousands of roads to reach the same point; the same is true of arrows.
Several factors affect arrow tuning as well as the spine of the shafts. These included the length of the finished arrow and the amount of weight used for your arrow points.
As a general rule of thumb a good starting point is:
Bow WITH an arrow shelf: +10 to 15lbs ABOVE the drawn weight (on your fingers)
Bow WITHOUT arrow shelf: – 10 to 15lbs BELOW the drawn weight (on your fingers)

If in doubt contact me with your bow make/model, bow weight and your draw length and I will advise you on the spine of shaft best suited to your needs.

If you have any question regarding this product please don’t hesitate to contact me

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Arrow Shafts – Pine – Inserts

60.80

Hand Spined Nordic Pine Arrow Shafts with Buffalo Horn Inserts

Set of 12 Premium Nordic Pine shafts with buffalo horn inserts.
Ready for you to cut your own self-nocks!

  • Hand spined – 35-40# , 40-45# , 45-50# , 50-55# , 55-60# , 60-65# , 65-70# , 70-75# , 75-80# , 80-85#
  • Shafts are 11/32″ and 32″ long
  • Inserts are 2mm in thickness and 25mm in length

Which spine do you need?

There are thousands of roads to reach the same point; the same is true of arrows.
Several factors affect arrow tuning as well as the spine of the shafts. These included the length of the finished arrow and the amount of weight used for your arrow points.
As a general rule of thumb a good starting point is:
Bow WITH an arrow shelf: +10 to 15lbs ABOVE the drawn weight (on your fingers)
Bow WITHOUT arrow shelf: – 10 to 15lbs BELOW the drawn weight (on your fingers)

If in doubt contact me with your bow make/model, bow weight and your draw length and I will advise you on the spine of shaft best suited to your needs.

If you have any question regarding this product please don’t hesitate to contact me

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Arrow Shafts – Cedar – Weighed

75.38

Hand Spined and Weighed Port Orford Cedar Arrow Shafts with Buffalo Horn Inserts

Set of 12 Port Orford Cedar arrow shafts with buffalo horn inserts.
Ready for you to cut your own self-nocks!

  • Hand spined & weighed – 40-45# , 45-50# , 50-55# , 55-60# , 60-65# , 65-70# , 70-75#
  • Shafts are 11/32″ and 32″ long
  • Inserts are 2mm in thickness and 25mm in length

Which spine do you need?

There are thousands of roads to reach the same point; the same is true of arrows.
Several factors affect arrow tuning as well as the spine of the shafts. These included the length of the finished arrow and the amount of weight used for your arrow points.
As a general rule of thumb a good starting point is:
Bow WITH an arrow shelf: +10 to 15lbs ABOVE the drawn weight (on your fingers)
Bow WITHOUT arrow shelf: – 10 to 15lbs BELOW the drawn weight (on your fingers)

If in doubt contact me with your bow make/model, bow weight and your draw length and I will advise you on the spine of shaft best suited to your needs.

If you have any question regarding this product please don’t hesitate to contact me

Visit our Facebook page

Visit our Youtube channel