A series of books and volumes exclusively marketed through HorseFeathersRanch.com

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    These three volumes are packed with articles describing the attributes and challenges of different styles and different techniques used in flintknapping. Many of the articles take the reader step by step all the way from the collection of materials and tools used, through the finished arrowhead, knife blade or spearhead. Other articles focus on the special challenges of different kinds of flint and where to find or trade for them. These three volumes are part of a series of such collections compiled into books and volumes that comprise the “PRIMITIVE ARCHER GOLDEN TREASURE SERIES”
  • This book is a collection of selected articles describing the attributes and challenges of different styles and different techniques used in flintknapping. This is the 19th of a series of such collections compiled into books and volumes that comprise the “Primitive Archer Golden Treasure Series” Articles Include: Flintknapping Today’s Ancient Craft by John Whittaker Making That Flint Arrowhead by Roger Warmuskerken Through A Beginner’s Eyes by Steven Saffold So, Let’s Make An Arrowhead by John McPherson For The Love of Stone by Billy Berger Stone Impact Fractures by Ben Gillespie Small Town Knapper by Nikki Wetzel Solving The Primitive Arrow Weight Consistency Issues by Randall Ivie Making The Calapooya Arrow Point by Billy Berger Primitive Archery’s Lessons On Stone Tool Use...by Billy Berger Tequila – My Obsidian Obsession by Rollie Johnson From The Pit – Flintknapping FAQ by Patrick Blank From The Pit – FlinkKnapping FAQ by Patrick Blank
  • This book is a collection of selected articles describing the attributes and challenges of different styles and different techniques used in flintknapping. This is the 20th of a series of such collections compiled into books and volumes that comprise the “Primitive Archer Golden Treasure Series” Articles Include: Scary Sharp Serrations by Ryan Gill Let’s Make An Arrowhead – Part 2 by John McPherson Making The Cahokia Point by Billy Berger Rocks to Heart Shots by Ryan Gill Promoting Penetration With a Smooth Transition by Ryan Gill Making The Eastgate Arrow Point by Billy Berger Throwin’ Rocks At ‘Em by Mickey Lotz Building Self Bows and Flintknapping- Tennessee Classic by Stim Wilcox The Obsidian of Annadel and Napa Valley by Sterling Sam From The Pit – Flintknapping FAQ by Patrick Blank
  • This book is a collection of selected articles describing the attributes and challenges of different styles and different techniques used in flintknapping. This is the 21st of a series of such collections compiled into books and volumes that comprise the “Primitive Archer Golden Treasure Series” Articles Include: Making The Desert Side-Notch Point by Billy Berger Glass Buttes Knap-In by Dave Cheney Let’s Make An Arrowhead – Part 3 by John McPherson Back Yard Knap-Ins by Billy Berger Replicating a Selknam Glass Arrow Point and Arrow by John Borgeson Making The Citrus Side Notched Point by Billy Berger Knapadonia by Duane Spangler From The Pit – Flintknapping FAQ by Patrick Blank From The Pit – Flintknapping FAQ by Patrick Blank Iowa Indian Artifact Show by Billy Berger From The Pit – Flintknapping FAQ by Patrick Blank
  • These four volumes are packed with articles describing the attributes and challenges of different styles and different techniques used in making arrows. Many of the articles take the reader step by step all the way from collection of materials to be used through to the finished arrow. Other articles focus on special challenges such as fletching, cutting nocks and spine testing arrow shafts.
  • These four volumes are packed with articles describing the attributes and challenges of different styles and different techniques used in making arrows. Many of the articles take the reader step by step all the way from collection of materials to be used through to the finished arrow. Other articles focus on special challenges such as fletching, cutting nocks and spine testing arrow shafts.
  • This is Volume 3 of 4 that  are packed with articles describing the attributes and challenges of different styles and different techniques used in making arrows. Many of the articles take the reader step by step all the way from collection of materials to be used through to the finished arrow. Other articles focus on special challenges such as fletching, cutting nocks and spine testing arrow shafts.
  • These four volumes are packed with articles describing the attributes and challenges of different styles and different techniques used in making arrows. Many of the articles take the reader step by step all the way from collection of materials to be used through to the finished arrow. Other articles focus on special challenges such as fletching, cutting nocks and spine testing arrow shafts.
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    This set includes ALL 21 Golden Treasure Series books- including All 4 Bow Woods Volumes, All 6 Medicine Man Volumes, All 4 Arrows Volumes, All 3 Flintkapping Volumes, Quivers, Atlatls, Paints and Glues, and Bowstrings. Ships in several boxes. Ships in several boxes.  You will have information on all the different types of wood used to make bows, information on plants, shrubs and trees with the Medicine Man series, and everything you would want to know about quivers, bowstrings, paints and glue, and the atlatl in your complete set of the Golden Treasure Series.
  • PAINTS & GLUES is packed with articles on collecting and processing earth pigments, plant and berry juices, pine pitch, sinew, rawhide and other materials used in making primitive paints, dyes, stains, varnish and glue as well as the step-by-step procedures in making each of these products. This is the fourth of a series of such collections compiled toto books and volumes that comprise the "Primitive Archer Golden Treasure Series". "Before the introduction of commercial colors, primitive cultures used natural paints and dyes that came from the earth. Those same colors are still available today and, with a little search and some work, you can find and make your own paints." Source of the quote: Author Billy Berger "In our quest to become more self-sufficient, searching out products we can make ourselves can satisfy this need. Hide glue is one of the items that can easily be made on your own ." Source of the quote: Author Mike Yancey.
  • This book is a collection of selected articles describing the materials used, the processing of those materials, and the craft of making and caring for a variety of bowstrings.
  • Product Description: The first of many soon to be available volumes of the Golden Treasure Series this book is comprised of 6 articles covering the Atlatl and Eskimo Bows and Arrows. This publication is an informative 54 page compilation of previously published articles from “PRIMITIVE ARCHER®” magazine. Atlatl is a word made up of two Aztec words. The first word meaning “water” and the second meaning “to throw” were combined into “atlatl”. The atlatl was believed to be used both thrust a spear into the water as a means of spearing fish. The Eskimos used atlatls to harpoon whales, seals and walruses. In North America, early man used atlatls as a means of throwing large darts into large animals such as mammoths, bison, and woolly rhinos and whatever or whoever threatened his security.” From author Lyle Doberstein. This book is about the history, construction and use of the Atlatl and is the first in a series of books and volumes that will comprise the PRIMITIVE ARCHER GOLDEN TREASURE SERIES exclusively marketed through HORSEFEATHERSRANCH and PRIMITIVE ARCHER
  • This book is one of our Golden Treasure Series that is a compilation of articles all related to the craft of making and caring for a variety of quivers.
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    We are offering these 4 volumes that are packed with articles describing the attributes and challenges of different styles and different techniques used in making arrows. Many of the articles take the reader step by step all the way from collection of materials to be used through to the finished arrow. Other articles focus on special challenges such as fletching, cutting nocks and spine testing arrow shafts.
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    Golden Treasure Series Medicine Man Volume 1, Trees Alder-Hemlock, cover image of Medicine Man Full set
    Volumes 1-6 of Medicine Man. This includes: Vol 1 Bamboo-Elm, Vol 2 Hickory - Osage; Vol 3 Pau Amarello-Penobscot; Vol 4 Spruce -Yew Save money and buy the whole collection. These four volumes are packed with articles describing the attributes and challenges of different woods used in making self- bows as well as instructions for the collection and then preparation of those woods for processing. Many of the articles take the reader step by step all the way from collection through to the finished bow of that chosen wood. Others focus on special challenges such as “Cutting Your Own Bow Wood”, “Drying Wood” or “Follow the Grain”.
  • These four volumes are packed with articles describing the attributes and challenges of different woods used in making self- bows as well as instructions for the collection and then preparation of those woods for processing. Many of the articles take the reader step by step all the way from collection through to the finished bow of that chosen wood. Others focus on special challenges such as “Cutting Your Own Bow Wood”, “Drying Wood” or “Follow the Grain”.
  • This book is the sixth Volume of 6 that are a collection of selected articles describing a variety of the materials used, as well as the processing and application of these natural materials in healing the injured and the sick. The first three volumes cover over fifty different varieties of trees. The next three volumes cover a like number of shrubs, grasses and plants. Medicine Man is the fifth title in a series of such collections. This volume covers shrubs, plants, and grasses Survival through Yucca.
  • This book is the first Volume of 6 that are a collection of selected articles describing a variety of the materials used, as well as the processing and application of these natural materials in healing the injured and the sick. The first three volumes cover over fifty different varieties of trees. The next three volumes cover a like number of shrubs, grasses and plants. Medicine Man is the fifth title in a series of such collections. This volume covers trees Alder through Hemlock.
  • This book is the fourth Volume of 6 that are a collection of selected articles describing a variety of the materials used, as well as the processing and application of these natural materials in healing the injured and the sick. The first three volumes cover over fifty different varieties of trees. The next three volumes cover a like number of shrubs, grasses and plants. Medicine Man is the fifth title in a series of such collections. This volume covers shrubs, plants, and grasses Agarita through Juniper.
  • This book is the fifth Volume of 6 that are a collection of selected articles describing a variety of the materials used, as well as the processing and application of these natural materials in healing the injured and the sick. The first three volumes cover over fifty different varieties of trees. The next three volumes cover a like number of shrubs, grasses and plants. Medicine Man is the fifth title in a series of such collections. This volume covers shrubs, plants, and grasses Madrone through Tannin.
  • This book is the third Volume of 6 that are a collection of selected articles describing a variety of the materials used, as well as the processing and application of these natural materials in healing the injured and the sick. The first three volumes cover over fifty different varieties of trees. The next three volumes cover a like number of shrubs, grasses and plants. Medicine Man is the fifth title in a series of such collections. This volume covers trees Spruce through Yew.
  • This book is the second Volume of 6 that are a collection of selected articles describing a variety of the materials used, as well as the processing and application of these natural materials in healing the injured and the sick. The first three volumes cover over fifty different varieties of trees. The next three volumes cover a like number of shrubs, grasses and plants. Medicine Man is the fifth title in a series of such collections. This volume covers trees Hickory through Soapberry.
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    GTS Bow Woods Vol 4 Spruce through Yew cover Golden Treasures Series Complete Collection
    Volumes 1-4 of Bow Woods. This includes: Vol 1 Bamboo-Elm, Vol 2 Hickory - Osage; Vol 3 Pau Amarello-Penobscot; Vol 4 Spruce -Yew Save money and buy the whole collection. These four volumes are packed with articles describing the attributes and challenges of different woods used in making self- bows as well as instructions for the collection and then preparation of those woods for processing. Many of the articles take the reader step by step all the way from collection through to the finished bow of that chosen wood. Others focus on special challenges such as “Cutting Your Own Bow Wood”, “Drying Wood” or “Follow the Grain”.
  • These four volumes are packed with articles describing the attributes and challenges of different woods used in making self- bows as well as instructions for the collection and then preparation of those woods for processing. Many of the articles take the reader step by step all the way from collection through to the finished bow of that chosen wood. Others focus on special challenges such as “Cutting Your Own Bow Wood”, “Drying Wood” or “Follow the Grain”.
  • These four volumes are packed with articles describing the attributes and challenges of different woods used in making self- bows as well as instructions for the collection and then preparation of those woods for processing. Many of the articles take the reader step by step all the way from collection through to the finished bow of that chosen wood. Others focus on special challenges such as “Cutting Your Own Bow Wood”, “Drying Wood” or “Follow the Grain”.
  • These four volumes are packed with articles describing the attributes and challenges of different woods used in making self- bows as well as instructions for the collection and then preparation of those woods for processing. Many of the articles take the reader step by step all the way from collection through to the finished bow of that chosen wood. Others focus on special challenges such as “Cutting Your Own Bow Wood”, “Drying Wood” or “Follow the Grain”.
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