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FAR SUPERIOR TO ANY WOOD SHAFTS I'VE SHOT TO DATE! Kevin...I got a dozen Red Balau shafts in 70# for my draw length from you...made em up and that's when it happened...my life changed forever. Wow!!!!!!!!!! My first shot hit dead center (I was aiming at a white spot on my target roughly the size of the arrow's diameter...hit it dead on and the arrow penetrated the target to the nock...AMAZING!!!! I was shooting footed cedars, albeit 23/64s, but even they only penetrated this target about eight inches...it had to be a weak spot, I thought, so I shot another arrow...

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Straight Hardwood Arrow Shafts

These arrow shafts are made from Leopard Wood.

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Forrester Wood Shafts - Exotic Woods Hit The Mark

Words from Kevin Forrester I recently caught up with Kevin Forrester to learn why the Forrester Wood Shaft is the best available today. "The key" he says, "is to bring out the natural character of the exotic woods I use. I personally select every stick of raw lumber, and know how to read the wood grain to see the arrow shaft in it. It's part art and part science, coaxing the best qualities from each piece of stock through careful application of turning speed, heat and pressure." Exotic Woods: Spiral Interlocking Grains “The exotic woods I select are hardwoods and ‘soft’ hardwoods, which...

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Featured Article - Traditional Bowhunter Magazine - April / May 2016

Forrester Wood Shafts Hardwood Arrows Kevin Forrester Traditional Bowhunter Magazine

Featured Article - Traditional Bowhunter Magazine - April / May 2016

Traditional Bowhunter Magazine recently invited Robert Lindberg to interview me after trying some of my arrow shafts. The April / May 2016 edition features the article: "A visit with... Kevin Forrester and Forrester Wood Shafts". Here's a little of what Robert had to say: "So I got my first dozen shafts, a mixture of mahogany, lacewood, jabota, hard rock maple, red balau, and leopardwood. Not only were they beautiful (the lacewood in particular caught my eye), but they were incredibly straight. When I put them in my cresting machine, they spun extremely well and the fine lines of my cresting...

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