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Northern Pine is one of the oldest types of wood that is used to produce arrows. Even this day Northern Pine is used by many archers because of the good balance between stability and weight. Northern Pine is very robust and a bit heavier then for instance Cedar, it is also a type of wood that is very easy to stain or lacquer.
Because wood is a natural product, the wooden shafts differ from each other, in inner and outer characteristics mostly but but barely in diameter. For example, not all shafts are equally as straight, or stiff or heavy. The spine size is also not always the same, because of this wooden shafts are classified and sorted into categories with a margin of 5 lbs. To produce as many equal shafts all shafts are spined, checked on tears and breaks and aligned by hand.
We deliver shafts in full length, 32 inch. For many people this is to long and the shaft will have to be shortened. For a small fee of €0,10 per shaft we will shorten your shafts to you desired length. We use a special sawing machine where we can be accurate to the millimeter.
For even better shooting results, we can sort the shafts by weight within a margin of one gram. We do this in groups of maximum 12 shafts. If you want more, we will divide it into groups whose weights are as close as possible to each other.
Diameter: 5/16 and 11/32
Length: 32 inch (full length)
5/16: 25-30 LBS, 30-35 LBS, 35-40 LBS, 40-45 LBS, 45-50 LBS
11/32: 40-45 LBS, 45-50 LBS, 50-55 LBS, 55-60 LBS, 60-65 LBS, 65-70 LBS
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