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Rose City Premium Port Orford Cedar Arrow Shaft

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Lancaster Archery can custom cut your arrow shafts for you. Enter your precise shaft length as measured from end to end of the shaft, excluding any hardware (nocks, bushings, inserts and points). If you leave this field blank, your shafts will be shipped uncut at full length.

Product Description
5/16" 40-45#
11/32" 45-50#
11/32" 50-55#
11/32" 55-60#
11/32" 60-65#

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Great trad shafts Review by Yury Vilin

Curtis summed up everything nicely already. My observations are pretty much the same as his. I'll just add that these shafts are great for learning about arrow making. If done carefully, they'll make great arrows. As a bonus - the cedar aroma is wonderful!

(Posted on 2/11/13)

Excellent product and not that expensive when you work the numbers. Review by Curtis Winn

I have so far ordered a total of 30 of these shafts. They are an excellent quality. Two things that I have to mention about them are as follows.

I have only been shooting for about 4 months now and started off using cheap dowels from lowes for my arrows, They made decent looking arrows but performance was all over the place. As a novice I thought it was just part of my learning curve and not the equipment but a set of spined arrows make a huge difference. My groups at 20y on a trad bow with no sighting marks and shooting point of aim are about 5 inches. 30y 10 inches and at 40 y I rarely miss the box target. I consider this excellent for the short amount of time I have been practicing.

Also in the book "Archery the art of making primitive bows and arrows" by D.C. Waldorf, He states that it is best to practice with a cheap set of arrows before and I quote " you move up to a more expensive set made from port orford cedar" Now pricing arrows and doing the math, the shaft cost 2.75 each, the fletchings for nice 5 inch shield cuts are .49 cents each x3 the 70 grain target tip is .33 cents and the clear marco nock is .25, Grand total for an expensive port orford cedar arrow? $4.80. The cost for an inexpensive target arrow from academy sports that is spined for a 40# bow $7

I believe the math would point to these as being the best buy out there for accuracy and cost for both beginners and experienced alike.

I may in the future spring for a quarter set of nice carbons to shoot these against just to see if there is a difference but I highly doubt their will be. I believe that any deviation in my shooting is more caused by my form than equipment.

(Posted on 2/4/13)

Fantastic deal! Review by Seth

I was a little apprehensive at first about buying these arrow shafts because they are so cheap. I ordered 12 and they arrived in three days. All of the shafts had a similar grain weight range and spine. I've already fletched, nocked and installed glue-on field points to them, and they shoot great. Overall, great value for the money, and higher quality than I would've thought, definitely buying more of these.

(Posted on 1/18/13)

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