We specialize in Arrows of a medieval and primitive style, how much so is up to you. As in most things, we have had to compromise some truly period practices to make the best arrows at a price that people can afford.

We are always willing to help with questions and problems and will do what we have to make sure you are happy with your arrows. Call or write us by email and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

All of our arrow shafts are triple dipped in satin finish polyurethane to give a good durable and attractive finish. There is no need to dull them up for hunting and no thick buildup of finish that can flake and look terrible if the arrow has been slightly damaged.

Though we call our arrows medieval, they are modeled after a fairly generic style that has been in use a long time. They are suited for recreation of other periods, roman era recreation, iron age and earlier. If you have a request that you want to try, we am more than willing to give it a go, we love a challenge.

We also wrap our feathers with a nylon thread that looks like silk but is much stronger and thinner than silk so that it gives the look and not the fragility or cost of quality silk thread.

We do not paint or crest the arrows unless you want us to at a small extra charge so that the beauty of the woods used can shine through.

This is a "WYSIWYG" site and all prices are listed in canadian dollars, taxes included so what ya see is what ya pay. We accept and money orders.

All Parcels will be shipped by Canada Post unless otherwise instructed.

RJ Bachner and Jason Farrell
Broken Axe Arrow Co.
7451 St Jacques west #2
Montreal Quebec, Canada
H4B 1W7

514-481-9116 between 9am and 9pm est.


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