The Art and Science of the Fired Hardened White Wood Bow DVDItem Number: 70411
Ever since humans first perfected the ancient and noble sport of archery they have used the reliable and sturdy white woods of elm, oak, maple, and hickory. These were the go-to bow building materials for our bowhunting forefathers. In this informative and fascinating DVD, The Art and Science of the Fired Hardened White Wood Bow, expert primitive archers Thad Beckum, Keith Shannon, and Billy Berger reintroduce you to the old reliable white woods our ancestors used.
These knowledgeable experts show you how to make authentic fire hardened bows in modern times. You'll marvel how the speed and performance of these classic prehistoric bows can rival even the most advanced modern traditional bows.
You'll learn how to select the tree for your wood, how to shape the bow, how to dry and fire harden it, and the final tillering. You'll even see a successful deer hunt using one of these ancient, time-tested bows.
Presented in 16:9 widescreen format. Runs approximately 61 minutes.