Love this thread and all the old camo. Here are a couple more from 10-13 years ago. I was going through a bit of a caribou addiction at the time.
As you can see from my quiver, I had arrows from several batches on most all hunts. Those were Kustom King plastic-coated/ tapered shafts. They were the most consistent wood arrows from batch to batch that I have ever shot.
Man this is got me wanting another batch of woodies.
Here's a few. I've killed a few deer and pigs, but no pictures or they're 35 mm pictures so not on my computer. I need to scan them. Boy what digital cameras did for taking pictures and sharing them right away. That last picture is a full 3/8s dowel with just the ends tapper unlike my first picture of the miss pig. That arrow was sanded down till it flew right out in the yard with a broadhead on it and then painted.mike
Looking at all these posts are getting me excited about hunting with some Sherwood shafts (Douglas Fir) that I've made up. They're flying great with my 135gr and 165g Simmons Sharks. Can't wait to sling'em on September 14th.
Pretty good shot of the arrows at least. He was coiled up and hunting along a path to my sister-in-laws, prob. waiting for her Yorkie. Yeah, I hit him with the first shot. At 6 yards, I doubt I would have stuck around for another shot had I missed. Cooked him up Buffalo-wing style, as it was a Big Jim Buffalo bow that I was using.