With a Spoon

Posted: 04/04/2013 in Hunting

Hmmm… interesting idea, not just for traditional archery, but also for making good looking theatrical props, just round the edge after putting a grind on it, so it has that ‘sharpened’ look without the actor/actress damaging portion. (I did theater for years, if they can hurt themselves on something, they will.)

Porter's Workshop

My brother pointed these out to me, so I had to try it myself.

This is a trade point arrowhead that I made from from a flattened out spoon I bought from the dollar store.

This was attempt #3, and the first one that I wasn’t embarassed by.

Steps:

1. Get spoon.
2. Hammer it flat.
3. Draw out the arrowhead shape.
4. Rough-cut with a hacksaw.
5. Clean up with belt sander, file, and finally sharpening stone.
6. Take pretty picture


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