What is a Fletching Jig (tool)?

What kind of arrows are best for a recurve bow?




"There is of course much more to choosing the best arrows for your recurve bow than this. You could analyze fletching length and materials, different nock points, arrow weight, materials, diameter, etc.. My goal though, is to give you a really simple guide which can be used to dive right into archery, without having to spend countless hours researching the subject, only to later realize that the arrows you purchased were not ideal for your bow anyway. By following the guidelines on this page you can get your feet wet real quick with some good, quality, and universal arrows."

Credit: BestRecurveBowGuide.com


Wooden Arrows

"Wooden arrows fly through the forests near District 12 in “The Hunger Games,” and throughout Middle Earth in “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.”And for good reason: Wood is the authentic, original, old-school arrow. ..."

Fiberglass Arrows

"Fiberglass is the arrow of choice for youth camps and other group-archery programs. Inexpensive, relatively straight and available in varied lengths, these arrows are a great way to get started in the sport. ..."

Aluminum Arrows

"Aluminum makes a great arrow for archers investing in a first bow and striving to be relatively accurate at competition distances of 18 meters and beyond. These arrows feature uniform straightness and durability, with nearly endless options for diameter, length and spine (flexibility). ..."

Carbon Arrows

"Carbon is favored by many bowhunters and compound-bow archers. Carbon arrows fly straight out of recurve bows, and are a mid-priced option for competition arrows. Carbon shafts are uniform and straight, with specific options for spine and diameter. ..."

Composite Arrows

"Composite arrows are the choice of Olympians and World Champions, and are usually an aluminum-carbon composite. These are typically the straightest, most uniformly spined arrows. ..."

Credit: Archery360


Video Credit: RaptorArchery, Title: Choosing Arrows
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