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Which ones are right for me?
There are many different kinds of arrows even when you have decided which to type then it's fletching size, colour, point weight, nock size. The choices go on and on.
We stock a good range of ready made arrows, suitable for beginners to intermediate archers. We also carry good stocks of all the shafts and components needed to build high end arrows. We are happy to custom build these to your specification or supply you with these components and the tools needed to build your own. We have software in store to assist you in finding your perfect set up back up by knowledgeable staff.
Ready Made Arrows
Ready made and ready to shoot. Basic wooden and fibre arrows for garden use, Easton aluminium, high end POC Megyers arrows, all on the shelf and ready to go. Want something custom made, no problems, just let use know what your thinking and we can sort it for you in a couple of days.
The types of arrow shaft you use will normally depend on your bow type and chosen type of archery. Wooden arrows often shot from longbow, horse bow or traditional recurve or flat bow. Aluminium are the good old all rounder, chances are they are what you will first shoot at your club or centre. Don't for one minute think alloys are just for beginners though many good archers shoot them at short distance. Carbon Alloy (A/C) are made to be light weight, strong and durable, the best are also tapered and barrelled. When you see the Olympians shooting this is their chosen arrow. All carbon has it's place as well, remember that some clubs will not let you shoot these if they are on a shared sports ground.
There are so so many options here. Feathers or plastic vanes, long or short and then what colour. Basic are bigger the vane slower the arrow as more drag, smaller the vane faster the arrow as less drag. Again we are happy to advise on what’s best for your particular type of shooting.
The plastic part at the end of the arrow that attaches the arrow to the string. Swage nocks, pin nocks, G nocks and the list goes on. It is very very confusing. We know what fits what though so don't be worried just ask and we can advise. Pays to have some spare nocks in your box as you never know when you may damage an arrow.
The sharp pointed bit that sticks in the target, so there are lots of options again for you here different weights and styles. Your point weight will effect the arrow spine so it is important to get this correct.
Glues & Wraps
Different glues for different jobs, you could just use super glue, but you will never get your points back out. We offer specific products for each part of building your arrows.
Wraps will make your arrows look really good and make them easier to spot in the target.
Jigs & Tools
To build arrows your going to need a jig as a minimum, we stock a good range of these along with knifes, strippers and every other tool you could ever need.