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Pictures of assorted of traditional primitive California Indian Native American arrows.

Traditional Native American arrows with Indian arrowheads left to right:

First three Indian jatbil arrows made by Tomás Ayares; next six guatamote-shaft arrows by Andres Albañez, Kumiai-Paipai; last three guatamote arrows by Benito Peralta, Pai Pai. Primitive Indian arrows pictured were made by hand in the 1990s by Native American California Indian arrow makers in rural Baja California, Mexico, Mexican tribal Indian villages of the Yuman Indian family.

Fletching: Owl feathers, hawk feathers, sinew
Indian Arrowheads: Hardwood tips, sinew wrappings

For Paul D. Campbell's complete documentation on Native American arrows, how to make traditional specialized Indian arrows for target shooting and hunting, including detailed history about important California Native American arrows, please see his highly-recommended book:

Photos and text courtesy of Paul D. Campbell, author of SURVIVAL SKILLS OF NATIVE CALIFORNIA, where the KUMEYAAY.INFO excerpted material was originally published. Paul's book features living (and deceased) Native American California Indigenous people, and details their traditional weapons used for hunting and aboriginal survival methods...Paul's book is available at Shumup Ko Hup Indian store WEBSITE HOWKA.COM.

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