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American Indian Stick Bow

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An American Indian Bow similar to others Stick Bows found in archery cultures world wide. Very similar to the english long bows in the tiller and side profile...

Stick Bow - American Indian Bows

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American Indian Stick Bow specs and options

This is one of the replica American Indian Bows we offer. It is a Hickory Bow based on early contact period Artifacts from Eastern North America. The graceful simplicity of the stick bow make this design universal the world over.

Finely Crafted to meet high artistic and functional value. This custom bow is reccomended to be used with properly spined arrow shafts for hunting and target shooting.

Optional Leather handle: If you rather, an arrow rest and leather handle are available on all North Wood Traditional archery bows. The leather is authentic braintanned buckskin.

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Made to order with a 30-60 day wait period; please inquire

Colors Available: stains of light brown, Dark Brown, or Reddish brown

Over all Length: Generally this is a bow between 61-68" long, and can be customized further upon request upon consultation.

Wood type: Hickory stave used for blank, retained growth ring on the back of the bow

Draw weight - you specify.. 25- 65 lbs

Design origin: Working replica based on various indigenous longbows from North America.. this type is primarly associated with eastern woodland Indian bows.

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Stick bows are custom made for the individual, and enhance the experience of Native American Bows. We look forward to making your dream bow a reality!

 

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