Although I have an arrow back quiver in play on this day, I like to carry an arrow or two including a broadhead equipped arrow close at hand for those split second moments when one is required.
The one-arrow leather quiver attached to the upper limb of my longbow serves such a purpose, protecting the cutting edges of the two-bladed broadhead from being damaged, and of course keeps my fingers safe from the very sharp edges.
The second arrow being held at ready, is judo-point equipped, and is how many of my arrows are tipped, allowing for casual shooting and still capable of taking down gamebirds when in season.
Although the arrow shafts appear to be made from wood, in actuality they are made from carbon fiber with a traditional wood finish appearance retaining the traditional look of wooden arrows.
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Technical review of traditional archery equipment.....