The ideal place to buy Trueflight Feathers is from your local archery dealer or pro shop.
Archery Dealers and Pro Shops are tremendously important to success in archery. No two shooters and equipment setups are identical. Getting the best performance and accuracy requires careful selection and matching of each piece of equipment.
Arrow length must be matched to the shooter. Arrow spine (stiffness in bending) must be matched to the shooter and the bow. Arrow head weight, the type of release used, the type of cams on the bow, the size and type of fletching... all have an effect on performance and changes in one has effects on the others.
Every archery dealer or pro shop owner that I know is a genuine archery enthusiast and enjoys nothing so much as improving a customer's shooting. These folks are in business for the love of archery. There advice is invaluable for equipment, technique, and local knowledge.
Most of these "archery professionals" also custom assemble arrows to your specifications. If you don't want to do the fletching -- they can do an excellent job. (Be sure to specify "Trueflight Feathers" -- they have probably used them for years.) If you are interested in some real showpiece arrows, some of these people can do "museum quality" work. (See Examples)
How to find a nearby archery dealer or pro shop:
First, check the yellow pages. Ask around. Anyone who's been in archery for a while will probably know of a reliable dealer.
The Archery Trade Association (ATA) maintains a database of archery dealers which can be searched easily and at no cost. Just go to: www.archerysearch.com.
You can also call an archery distributor in your area of the country. Distributors maintain a database of dealers. If you call a distributor they should be able to give you the name, address and phone number of dealers near you. For a list of U.S. distributors arranged by zip code see our Distributor List.
If you are located outside the U.S., please fax or email us. We should be able to find a source for you.
If you are an archery dealer please check out our Dealer Information.
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