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An Alianait Inuit Composite Arrow for archery, traditionally with the Inuit Cable-Backed Bow of the North.
This aero is a two-piece design. You need to get one of these and then a four shaft. The four shaft connects to this main body. The main body is 20 inches long the forshaft is around 8 inches long. You put them together and shoot them that way. The front part (foreshaft - sold seperately) is removable so that if something bad happens to the aero head then you don’t lose your whole arrow to be broken. Sometimes it also makes it easier to pull the arrow out if it penetrated to the other side and the Barb is keeping you from getting it out.
The foreshaft makes it a full 28-30 inches long.
Success. Had to fix the mesh and design a few times, a lot of times.
This is a composite arrow for archery
with a 20 inch shaft
hollow internal cavity for a foreshaft insert found in my store
high strength design
inspired directly by the Traditional culture of the Inuit People
Ready for use in real archery.
All made of one piece, so the nocks will never fall off.
To use this, buy one arrow shaft and one arrow insert (foreshaft). Find yourself any arrowhead that will fit into the insert and viola! You have a composite arrow!
I sell a traditional arrowhead in my shop.
Composite arrows are unique from standard arrows because the front part, the business end, is detacheable so that if some part of your arrow breaks or gets lost you can still re-use it and replace it.
This is the traditional way to use replaceable arrowheads.
These are very sturdy in use and will not come out unless you want it to. White glue, wax, glue stick, or frozen, water (used in the northern climate) would be put on the insert to make it stick into the arrow. Do not use permenant glue, because you want these to come out.
Threaded Point foreshaft - coming soon!
Blunt Foreshaft - Coming Soon
Foam tip archery foreshaft for archery tag combat games - coming soon!