It's hard to call the Georgia quartet Blackberry Smoke Southern Rock revivalists. Rather, they work in a tradition carved out by Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Allman Brothers Band back in the '70s. Gregg Allman sings on "Free on the Wing," the closing track on Like an Arrow, the band's first album for Thirty Tigers, and Skynyrd is often used as a comparison point for the band, but Like an Arrow makes it plain that Blackberry Smoke is a close cousin of the Black Crowes – a band that sifts through the past to pick its favorite rock, not necessarily pledging allegiance to sounds made south of the Mason-Dixie line.
Join Tom Nelson of The American Archer, Lennie Rezmer from Carbon Express, Dale Voice and Stacey Randall from Bohning Archery taking you through the entire arrow building process. Start with shaft selection, cutting shafts, installing inserts, prepping shafts, and nock & vane selection. Then move on to choosing an adhesive, arrowraps and choosing a fletching jig.
Byron shares his philosophy and techniques for hitting the bullseye or cleanly striking game in the vitals. When you become the arrow, you extend your mental approach to accurate shooting. Byron has developed his system through research, experimentation, refinement, practice, and shares it now. Includes exciting hunting footage!