• Rick Welch- sight picture

Throughout the entire process  the wood is continually examined and graded, all defective material is removed from the operation immediately. All shafts undergo at least two " bilateral flexion stress" tests, this is to further eliminate any hidden flaws or invisible weaknesses. It is, after all, a natural product and is not infallible!

We actively facilitate and initiate, associated industry, We strive to contribute valuably to our community, both the one we live in, and the one we do business in.

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  • 3Rivers- shaft straightening

Our Process

  • Arrow building with Ted Fry

Consumer  responsibility

  • Arrow building with Clay Hayes

Environmental

responsibility 

  • Ted Fry- shaft straightening​

Our Products:

Social responsibility

We abide by a progressive yet strict, self imposed environmental philosophy. We do everything in our power to limit and reduce our environmental footprint.

 

 For us, this means to always be approachable and answerable to the users of our products. To do everything in our power to produce the best product we possibly can, and at a fair and affordable price point

  • ​The Push - A Traditional Archery Film
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The journey from tree to finished shaft starts in the mystical rain forests right here on the misty isles of the Haida Gwaii archipelago. We scout for windblown trees or other salvageable logs discarded by the  logging industry. Then we have to ensure that the log is rot free, straight grained and tight ringed.Very few logs fill all these criteria, and only those  of the highest quality will be  pre-processed and transported back to our facility for final curing and manufacture.