I'm going to call this my first abo arrow. I may have cut the shaft with steal but everything else was done with primitive tools. Used a stone knife to cut nocks and prepare feathers. Used deer antler that I found to knap the arrowhead. Used pine pitch that I gathered and processed... although I did buy the buy the beeswax from a local bee keeper. Sinew to hold the head and feathers on. Dang it feels good to have this completed. Now I just need to make a couple more.
Did I mention how it flies? When I release it there's no wobble and it's soo smooth. It's more like releasing a falcon than shooting an arrow. It just flies out of the bow very aggressively.
I'm interested the pros' critiques.
PS: I'll probably trip the fletchings up a tad.