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Tedd
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Anyone know who is selling new ash shafts?I searched but mostly found dead ends. I see others have asked off and on about them too. Allegheny Mountain is where I got mine years ago. They sold to Kootenie River but I don't see ash advertised. I have one ash arrow left that I get out once avery 6 months or so. It must be pushing 20 years old and is always my most accurate arrow. Weight is perfect. We have the emerald ash borer plague in PA. You would think there is plenty of ash being cut? Some place cut healthy trees to prevent spread of the ash borer.
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Pat B
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Have you tried Trueshaftarchery?

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Wayne from trueshaft carries spruce,hemlock, and birch(soon) and he's also getting the hex shafts in order. (in my opinion the best shafts you can get)

But for ash 3R stocks em. (careful though sometimes they come oval)

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pavan
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Hex shafts are excellent as long as they are not too stiff. I used them for years, but they will get loggy if they are too stiff more so that cedar for my bows. We had ash shafts, I cannot remember who made them years back. My last set went along with a bow that they matched. Last time I checked, 3 Rivers had ash arrow shafts. $41.

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Pat B
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Is Allegheny still around? they used to have ash.

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Bill Carlsen
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Saddle Hill Arrowworks has a FB page and has all the ash he bought from me that I bought from Silent Pond. Owner's name is Tyler Moore. He has a bunch.

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What spine?

Three Rivers has some.

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"Somehow, I feel that arrows made of wood are more in keeping with the spirit of old-time archery and require more of the archer himself than a more modern arrow." Howard Hill from "Hunting The Hard Way"

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Tyler C. Moore
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I have all of the old stock from Silent Pond that Bill sold me...

Send me a message and I may have some in the spine you need

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I have a (very) few, shafts and finished arrows, shoot me a PM with what you need.

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Tedd
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75-80 tapered
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Tyler C. Moore
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What I have are parallel.

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Tyler C. Moore

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Mine, too, and not that heavy. Sorry.

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