Sparrow Hall Farm, Edlesborough, Buckinghamshire, LU6 2ES
Learning to make your own arrows is not only very satisfying - it also proves to be cost effective for traditional archers. Wooden arrows do tend to break fairly regularly - so it is a good idea to learn how to mend or make them.
We run both one-to-one and group courses and they last for around 3 hours
You learn how to select your arrow components depending on your bow and your shooting preference. You are taught how to decide which shafts, feathers and points are right for which situation.
Then you start making the arrows and we give you a lot of the tricks of the trade.
The price of the course includes all the components for a set of arrows - plus the equipment to continue making further sets in the future - jig, taper tool, glue, etc.
This course is for those who have never made arrows before.
Advanced traditional arrow making courses will be running soon.
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