Building A Survival Arrow


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In this episode I build a survival arrow from a hazelnut shaft, a tip of tin can, crow feathers and self made stinging nettle cordage. It is a pretty good arrow altough green arrows flex a little bit too much. The steel tin is not the sharpest but it is not meant for hunting big animals. This tip is for stunning small animals like squirrels or hare.

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hi guys I'm back in my camp and yesterday they made this very awesome survivable and today it's time to make arrows and I have collected some hazelnut shots and of these free I have to say that probably this one is the straightest so first off I'm going to peel off the bark and make sure that you are using your fingernails because otherwise with a knife you might damage the surface and then the arrow might break okay that's it the length is perfect so now I have a tip for an arrow he needs some kind of fattest and I have found some crow feathers and now I'm going to split them and if you want to use real feathers be sure that you use feathers from one being only so they all spin in the same direction okay now let's talk about the tip of the arrow if you leave it like that it will soon become stamp and then the arrow gets too short so today I want to use this old can which I had at my camp and here when it comes to survival you need to utilize everything you have and now I want to make myself a tip which is protecting the arrow from breaking and getting blunt okay it's getting dark and I need my flashlight and now it's time to do the tip and the feathers to the arrow okay now I need a little bit of cordage to secure the fetters and knock point and earlier I have harvested a stinging nettle and stinging nettles actually makes very good cordage for such small tasks

okay our arrow is ready we have a steel tin inforced tip and we have some fletchings from crow feathers which are secured with pine resin and stinging nettle cordage and we have a nice knock point I did a couple of shots and the arrow is still in very good condition the tip doesn't come off the feathers are still on so pretty good arrow yeah I have to say this is my favorite flashlight it's a headlamp and as you can see I had both of my hands free to shoot bow and arrow so I really recommend to take a headlamp with you into the woods and this in particular one is pretty easy you only have one button and if you keep it pressed it selects three different modes low medium and high and it even has an SOS mode so if you are in trouble this flashlight can really save your life I want to thank you guys for watching and I want to thank the company thrunite for sponsoring this video if you want to see other videos check out my channel and please subscribe to my channel you can also follow me on Facebook Twitter and Instagram thank you for watching and stay tuned to the next time bye you

About the Author

Survival Lilly

Survival Lilly

Survival Lilly is a true passionate bushcraft girl! She likes spending a lot of time in nature practicing survival and bushcraft skills. Her YouTube channel is very interesting as she publishes new videos often and also test out survival and outdoor gear to find the best items you can have in your survival or camping rucksack, and the video quality and photography is always excellent.

You can find all her videos on her YouTube channel.

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