The Native Hupa were a Northern California tribe who mastered the art of traditional archery. Their bows and arrows were by far the most elaborate and complex in North America. Here I am selling a Hupa style arrow with a barbed and serrated jasper projectile point. The materials I used include a cane main shaft, arrow weed foreshaft, arrow weed nock insert, turkey feather fletchings, hide glue, sinew, green jasper point, and natural pigments. This arrow is worthy of display, but can also hunt large game.
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