These flint knapping illustrations are some of the best artworks ...read more
Give your primitive arrows an authentic look with this Obsidian Hunting Point. Beautifully knapped and ready to install on your wood arrows. These Obsidian stone points are great for replica arrows, but are strong enough for bow hunting. Hunting sharp right from the package.read more
Measures 2" across x 3½" long from back of head. Weigh 315 grains (.72 ounces.) So...read more
These are real knapped arrowheads, small, but the detail is very good. You can use them for crafts, jewelry, or making replica arrows for display. Ready to install on your wood arrows. Can be used in cub scout, or boy scout display arrow building projects, or for trade goods ...read more
Trade Points got their name from being used for barter between Native Americans and Early Settlers and could be made from just about any metal. Str...read more
Hand crafted from Texas Georgetown flint, Keokuk flint, and Avon Flint, these beautiful Stone Age Broadheads will really set you apart!
Now you can have the authentic look that you crave on your modern arrows. Hand wrapped with real sinew, these broadheads have a 1" ...read more
Early American settlers used to exchange steel points with Native Americans for other goods. Thus, the name "Trade Points."
These trade point blanks allow you to create your own trade points. They are made from .048 non-hardened spring steel and measure approx...read more
They say when bows were drawn on a Medieval battlefield that the crows would gather and wait. For even they knew that the Medieval arrow point was among the deadliest weapons of its time. And when those arrows were let loose, the crows would soon feast.
Designed after ...read more