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Some of our members have decided to share some of their projects with you.


Survival Fire Starter

Fire is an important element in a survival situation as it provides heat for warmth, drying clothes or cooking as well as a psychological boost and if you’re hunting in a spot where you are one of the prey species it can keep predators away as well. More...

By: RANDY HERMAN

Arrow Cresting Machine

The following gives your some instructions on how to make a low cost cresting machine which nearly everyone can make at home - provided you have a few basic hand tools such as a saw, file, and a drill. I put this information together for my students at school and my fellow traditional archers visiting the Stickbow. More...
By: RON SHEALER
Few flight bows are commercially produced, and the construction of his own record-making bow is the dream of many an ambitious archer More...

By: OUTDOOR SPORTS  AMATEUR CRAFTSMAN'S CYCLOPEDIA

Antler Take Down Knobs

Follow along and make your own antler t/d knobs from sheds that you find. These knobs on most custom bows can cost hundreds of dollars. More...

By: JOHN SCHNEIDER

Flat Bow

The completed bow bends perfectly, shoots far, and hits hard. Robin Hood himself never had so scientific a weapon. This illustration shows the bow drawn back almost to the "full draw".. More...

By: OUTDOOR SPORTS 
AMATEUR CRAFTSMAN'S CYCLOPEDIA

Recurve Bow

Sooner or later the enthusiastic archer gets a yen to make his own bow. His reasons may be economical or experimental, but whatever they are, his skill as a craftsman should be equal to his enthusiasm or his venture into bow-making could prove dismal and costly. More...

By: OUTDOOR SPORTS
AMATEUR CRAFTSMAN'S CYCLOPEDIA

Quality Pictures

A nice picture of your trophy is a pleasure every time you see it, share it with someone else, send it to a magazine, or put it on the Internet. More...

Written by: Robert Hoague. Webmaster, Bowhunting Net

Building a Custom Flemish String

by Ryan K Sanpei

Feathers to Fletch

Turn those recently harvested Goose feathers into some very useful and beautiful Fletch Full instructions here...

Written by: Mitchell Elser

Any A.T.B.A. members that would like to add any projects to this page can email the details to: webmaster@albertatraditionalbowhunters.ca