3Rivers Tapered Elite Wood Arrows Item Number: 8326X
$110.99 $110.99
Made in the US
3Rivers Tapered Elite Wood Arrows

3Rivers Tapered Elite Wood Arrows

Item Number: 8326X
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$110.99 $110.99
Made in the US


 
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Have you ever owned something that inspired such pride that you would show it off to everyone from close friends to complete strangers? That's the kind of feeling these 3Rivers Tapered Elite Wood Arrows will bring out in you.

These attractive wood arrows are made using our classic 11/32", 10" tapered Port Orford Cedar shafts. They are hand-spined and straightened to be spine matched within 5 pounds and weight matched to 10 grain groups per set.

Each arrow is Walnut stained and sealed with a durable polyurethane finish for longevity and a brilliant look shot after shot. The clear cap dip and cresting is done by hand for a "true" custom look and feel. Three fletched with one natural barred cock feather and two Trueflight red hens 5" shield cut left wing and accented with a red 5/16" Bohning classic nock.

Available in the following spines: 40-45, 45-50, 50-55, 55-60, and 60-65#. Sold full length at approximately 32" and need to be cut and tapered, then points installed or broadheads mounted to be ready for shooting. Please remember, when having points or broadheads installed they must be purchased separately.

Sold by the 6-pack only.

Services Available
Cut and Taper Arrows to Length:  Have your wood arrows cut to length and a 5° point taper. The length is measured from the throat of the nock to the back of the point taper. Minimum length is 26".

Mount Field Points:  Choose this option to have our experts install your Target/Field Point on your arrows. Points sold separately. Please Note: If you select this service without selecting the "Cut to Length" service, your shafts will be cut to even length (if any variance between arrows), and the point taper applied. Please Note: We use a heat reversible glue to mount field points, so they may be changed later if you choose.

See Printable Shaft Selection Chart PDF