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Comment by Liam on July 15, 2010 at 10:14
Cheers Ryan,
I bought the blank shafts on line.
The feathers are peacock primaries (which turned out to be excellent fletching material- pretty stiff and very robust).
The fletches are just tied down with linen binding but this has been sealed with a waterproof woodglue.
I cut the string nocks with a hacksaw blade and used a round file to from them.
They fly pretty straight and are easy enough to repair (I managed to 'robin hood' one and had to fix the nock end which split- but only as far as the binding).

Comment by Ryan Johnson-Hunt on July 14, 2010 at 23:25
I'm not an archery buff but those look pretty awesome to me. Did you make these? Are glued as well? What kind of feathers?

Very nice

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