If you want to learn from someone who actually dedicated himself to being the best there is in understanding traditional archery and bamboo…. you came to the right place!!
“Hi Todd, Just wanted to let you know I love my new arrows. They fly and group like magic!! Thanks again for customizing them for me.”
“…I finally had a chance to shoot these arrows that you made for me. What can I say? They are just great for me!! At some point I was afraid to shoot more than two arrows to the same target. They were hitting just too close to each other. Thank you very much!!
__”The U-Fletch arrows are great. Originally, I was using the arrows for indoor use, but since the beginning of summer I decided to swap out the points to something lighter and are using them for outdoor long distance shooting. So far they’re turning out be great flight arrows and tough..The groups were so tight I kept rear-ending the arrows, the nocks broke but the shafts remained fine. The arrows are “well tested”. This is about 3 months of shooting tight groups, hard impacts (as you can see by the field tips). The shafts are tough, you can actually see how deep they penetrate by the white markings on the right arrow (the streaks aren’t the arrow it’s just foam residue from the target)”.
I had almost given up on trying to shoot with a horse bow using a split finger technique. My arrows if they hit the target were usually all over the place. You took the time to measure the poundage of my bow and advised me on the brace height (manufacturer didn’t list a recommended brace height). The results in practice have been phenomenal. Over the past few months I have shot better with my horse bow using your arrows better than I ever thought I could. Even at 50 yards I am happy with the groupings I have put together. I want to thank you for the time, effort and craftsmanship you have put in to your arrows. I will recommend them to anyone trying to improve their traditional archery shooting game.
I just received the new batch of Tonkin shafts. All I can say is wow! They are very very straight. These are going to be hunting arrows so consistent spine, weight and straightness are a must. It looks like they have everything that I need in an arrow. I can’t wait to get them built and see them fly! Thank you!
I’ve been shooting the hell out of your arrows, they’re pretty tough. I have 55 acres of timber so there is no shortage of stumps to shoot at and they can be rough on a arrow for sure. I have lost one but the rest are still in shooting shape after digging them out of stumps several hundred times.