- Horse Bow 441/2″ long, 32#@20″ draw.
- Rawhide backed
- (6) Primitive arrows, self nocked
- Bow case and quiver made from smoked brain tanned leather
- Sold together as a set or can be sold per piece
- All handmade
$480 plus shipping
$480 plus shipping
Just in time for Hunting Season!
This is one of my custom hand painted longbows.
It’s a bamboo backed hickory bow that comes with three bamboo arrows. This set is ready for hunting, target shooting and renaissance festivals.
It’s 66″ long with a 45lbs@28″ draw weight.
Finished with three coats of Birchwood Casey Tru-Oil.
Brand new and ready for the hunt!
I’m also including with the longbow, (3) bamboo arrows.
These are handmade with feathers that are both glued and tied down.
The spine weight of the arrows is 45/50.
Priced at $187.00 plus shipping.
Money Orders and Pay Pal accepted.
Contact me with any questions or to make a purchase
I have a custom painted Pink Bamboo Backed Hickory Longbow for sale. I thought it would be fun to paint one pink. It’s a very light pink color, almost borders on pink/peach. It’s right handed, 60″ long and 36 lbs.@ 26″. The cost is $180 plus shipping. It’s ready for hunting season!
Recently, I’ve had many customers ask me about traditional longbows for their kids. Longbows are simple and real easy to shoot, provided they are the proper draw weight. It’s not fun for a child to try to pull and shoot a longbow if it’s too hard. They won’t be very accurate and their confidence will suffer.
My grand daughter just out grew her kids Bear fiberglass bow. Her Bear bow belonged to her mom (my daughter). It’s close to 45 years old and still works great, however my grand daughter was ready for a step up.
I had a new English style longbow in my inventory and let her try it. Boy, she just loved it. It’s her favorite bow to shoot and she’s very accurate with it. It’s just the right draw weight. It’s 35# @28″ and 64″ long.
As she grows, this bow will grow with her. She isn’t drawing it back fully yet, so I made her shorter arrows for her draw.
Here’s the best part…as she gets stronger and taller, she can still use the same bow, but will only need longer arrows.
So, for the investment of $150, these lighter English longbows are perfect for young archers. Watch this video of my grand daughter shooting the English longbow and see how accurate and comfortable she is.
I am so proud of her.
Today, I’d like to debut my new Medicine Bow.
It’s a Bamboo backed Hickory Longbow that comes with three custom made arrows. It’s a beauty which I am very proud of.
This longbow is 60″ long with a 35 lb. @ 27″ draw and right handed. I stained the bow an Osage color and hand painted the design. For decoration, I also added a glass primitive arrow head and brown rabbit fur around the leather grip.
Included in this set are three 27″ long, 5/16″ diameter POC arrows. The feathers are both glued and tied down.
This all can be yours for only $225 plus shipping.
Send me an email or give me a call 313-318-4185 to place an order.
Last weekend, I went out to my favorite archery club, Tomahawk Archers. They’re located in Temperance, Michigan, near the Ohio border. They’re real nice folks and always treat me right. I enjoy meeting the archers and talking about my longbows and handmade arrows.
We took some photos at Tomahawk Archers and put together a nice gallery to show what I have available for sale. I have traditional longbows, English style longbows, and my custom painted “Medicine Bows”. Fir and bamboo shaft arrows and custom made quivers.
I have new one of a kind throwing tomahawks for sale. Info. and pictures coming soon for those!
Just give me a call to discuss specifications and prices. Bows start at $150 and arrows start at $8 each. I accept money orders and credit cards that can be paid by invoice through Pay Pal.
This is my personal bow and quiver that I hand painted last year. I had a lot of fun painting them. I let my imagination go and it came out really nice. The colors look great and have an American Indian look about them.
Today I just finished another handmade bow. I sure love to make these longbows. This one really came out nice. I used brown leather dye on the bamboo and it came out just beautiful. I’m real happy with the way I painted the hand rest. The green paint looks great against the deep color of the stained bamboo. I finished it off with three coats of Birch wood Casey True Oil.
This longbow is 64 inches long, right handed, 45 lbs @ 28″ draw and comes with a one year warranty.