You can make a very nice flint knife with this stone knife kit. The kit includes a hand knapped stone blade, a hardwood handle, hide glue, enough gut material to easily haft the blade to the handle, and detailed instructions.
Can be used in Cub Scout or Boy Scout ...read more
Mother Nature's glass, obsidian is a joy to knap and gives up its flakes readily. It is very brittle though and care must be taken when using percussion. Our obsidian is normally a natural clear black, sometimes highlighted with reddish streaks. Our obsidian spalls are on the sma...read more
Pine pitch can be used to aid in hafting arrow points, knife blades, and spear points. Can also be used as a waterproofing agent. Store in a cool area. Use low heat to soften. Approximately 1.3 ounces.
Similar to the old "Coopers" bench, or the German schnitzelbank workbench. This bench is heavy duty, and with a little leg pressure, securely holds your bow in place while you work. (Bow and tools not included). Seat height is 24". Assembly required.
These are quality Hickory backing strips for bowmaking. Whether you're backing a solid bow or gluing up several laminations, the Hickory backing is a durable backing. Grain configurations vary and the strips are approximately 1/8" x 1.5" x 68"-72". Extra ship...read more
Bamboo is arguably the best primitive bow backing material available anywhere and our bamboo backing strips are planed flat on the belly so you won't have to do the work. With the belly side of the bamboo planed flat all that's left to do is to rough it up prior to gluing up t...read more
If you're building self bows, laminated bows, or finishing one of our many bow kits you'll need a tillering stick. Ours is constructed of clear pine with a top notch of approx. 1½" x 3" and 28 side-notches cut 1/2" deep for strength, spaced 1" apart. T...read more