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Reproduction Bows

All bows and arrows on this page are available now. Shipping is included. Bows are shipped in protective cases and insured 
Plains style osage bow and dogwood arrows- $360
 47" long. 43 pound draw at 23 inches. Osage orange wood. Authentic very smooth and shiny finish from being rubbed with a smooth bone to compress the wood. The string is 3 ply elk sinew. Well made and will last well over 1000 shots. The arrows are matched perfectly for this bow. Proper spine and all weigh within less than a gram of one another. Made from dogwood shoots and treated the same way as all my replicas. Seasoned over a year, then heat straightened, then grooved with 3 grooves and heated again to keep them straight. Painted with old style trade dye. Fletched with wild turkey feathers and tipped with bone points all wrapped with elk sinew. For more photos, questions or to purchase contact me at chuck@heartwoodbows.com or call 650-208-9275
Hickory small game blunts-$25 each

The above arrows are replicas of Ojibwa(Chippewa) and matched for the bow below. They are made of a single piece of straight grained hickory. The tips are left bulbous and the rest of the shaft is reduced. These arrows were in common use on most of the eastern half of North America. Variations were used by the Powhatan, Delaware, Algonkian, Mohegan, Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, Montagnais, Naskapi, Seneca, Cayuga, Iroquois, Shawnee, Creek, Menominee, Potowotami, Fox, and Winnebago just to name a few. most other tribes if not all had some form of heavy tipped blunt for small game hunting. 
Above: Ojibwa(Chippewa) reproduction- $390
This is a very fast shooting bow. 53.5" hickory bow with a heat treated belly. 53 pound draw at 26". It shoots regular 8.5 grain per pound cedar target arrows 174 feet per second. After 150 shots it has taken almost no set.  The shape and paint are a copy of a old Ojibwa bow. This bow was made more rectangular in cross section. The back has a cambium layer that is the brown patterns you see. The paint is red ocher, white soap stone and a green earth pigment. The bow has been sealed with 7 coats of tung oil. The string is fast flight. For a additional real sinew string add $45  
For questions contact me at   chuck@heartwoodbows.com or call 650 208 9275 
Otter hide quiver: $130-$250 depending on the hide
These hide sack quivers were used from central California to Washington and east into the great basin. This one is 27 inches deep and is shown with the juniper backed with sinew and pitch bow below and 15 cane great basin arrows. The eyes and mouth are sewn closed with brain tanned buckskin. The strap is brain tanned deer hide as well.
Plains barrel hoop iron points- $5 each
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