By G. Fred Asbell, Tim Baker, Paul Comstock, Dr. Bert Grayson, Jim Hamm, Al Herrin, Jay Massey and Glenn Parker. Many archers and bowhunters will be surprised to learn that a wooden bow, whose ancestry stretches back thousands of years, will shoot an arrow as fast and effectively as the most modern fiberglass-laminated bows. Never before have such detailed instructions been available for the home craftsman, allowing him to make fine bows and arrows of natural materials. This volume covers bows from lumber, Eastern Woodland bows, recurves, strings, and much more, making construction easy even for the first time bowyer. Hardcover, 320 pages, heavily illustrated.