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has any one made there own bow and arrow. if so what wood is best to use?

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    has any one made there own bow and arrow. if so what wood is best to use?

  • #2
    I have made my own...I used ash for the actually bow itself and then either willow or river reed for the arrows. I messed around with oak and beach for the bow but I got the best results with ash wood. good luck!

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    • #3
      I heard pacific yew wood is what the Indians used.Something about it being stiff or something.

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      • #4
        In Oklahoma and Kansas the indians used to use Bow Dark/Osage Orange/Hedge Apple or what ever else people called it to make bows and arrows

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        • #5
          Horse apple/Osage or Hickory works nice. I've made many bows out of Oleander in my youth. It was the easiest wood I could lay my hands on. Fishing string and Oleander bows made for some good cowboy n Indian battles in my neigborhood.

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