Primitive Archer Magazine

Primitive Archer Magazine www.primitivearcher.com Primitive Archer Magazine is written specifically for people who love the ou
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We love passing along different traditions.  Backing your bow can make it stronger and beautiful! Want to learn how? We ...
02/22/2022

We love passing along different traditions. Backing your bow can make it stronger and beautiful! Want to learn how? We have all the information you need right here!

So proud of our 5 Volumes of Bow Making DIY books form our Golden Treasure series.  This is Volume 1.
01/28/2022

So proud of our 5 Volumes of Bow Making DIY books form our Golden Treasure series. This is Volume 1.

Cover of Primitive Archer Magazine.  Volume 13 Issue 3  painted by artist Ed Ingold.
12/14/2021

Cover of Primitive Archer Magazine. Volume 13 Issue 3 painted by artist Ed Ingold.

SHOP.PRIMITIVEARCHER.COM The most complete, with each process described with numbered color photos, full of New Testamen...
11/21/2021

SHOP.PRIMITIVEARCHER.COM
The most complete, with each process described with numbered color photos, full of New Testaments by today's Top Bowyers!

Check out our NEW Golden Treasure Series!  Bow Making.  A 5 Volume series to help you with all your Bow Making Projects.
10/30/2021

Check out our NEW Golden Treasure Series! Bow Making. A 5 Volume series to help you with all your Bow Making Projects.

  art.  What are you working on?
07/11/2021

art. What are you working on?

Many back issues are available for downloading including the Out of Print issues. Buy Now at shop.primitivearcher.com
02/28/2021

Many back issues are available for downloading including the Out of Print issues. Buy Now at shop.primitivearcher.com

12/05/2020
Knife blade video, 30th anniversary hats, flintknapping article - https://mailchi.mp/6df8e8915b7a/primitive-archer-magaz...
11/20/2020

Knife blade video, 30th anniversary hats, flintknapping article - https://mailchi.mp/6df8e8915b7a/primitive-archer-magazine-1405967

Flintknapping Today's Ancient Craft by John Whittaker The earliest arrows were tipped with points of flint, and before the bow, there were flint spear points. The earliest spears would have had wooden points, but they were sharpened using cutting edges of flaked stone. Stone is the beginning of tech...

shop.primitivearcher.com Primitive Archer ShopWelcome to the Primitive Archer Shop where you can purchase Primitive Arch...
08/21/2020

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Primitive Archer Shop
Welcome to the Primitive Archer Shop where you can purchase Primitive Archer Magazine and so much more. Primitive Archer Magazine is written specifically for people who love the outdoors, hunting and archery and has been dedicated to “Passing On The Traditions Of Classical Archery” since 1992. To subscribe just go to:
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What is Primitive?, Father's Day SALE, Oil Finish, Events Updates - https://mailchi.mp/5d253cacac4c/primitive-archer-mag...
06/11/2020

What is Primitive?, Father's Day SALE, Oil Finish, Events Updates - https://mailchi.mp/5d253cacac4c/primitive-archer-magazine-1375652

Welcome to our "What is Primitive?" survey.  Back in 1995  in Vol. 3 Issue 1, Primitive Archer Magazine published a survey written by Jack D. Keener Jr.  In this survey, Keener was searching for answers on different thoughts or views on what is "primitive".  He realized that through his experi...

05/26/2020

Ed Ingold's Retirement
To the Friends and Followers of PA Magazine –
As I am approaching my 85th birthday in June, I feel that it is time to pass the wand onto the next generation. It has been many years of meeting and corresponding with a great group of people with very interesting stories and adventures. Even though I have not met many of our readers and authors personally, I feel like over the years that they became part of the Primitive Archer adventure. I had the opportunity for my wife and I to meet Butch Stone’s wife and ninety four year old mother in law. It was a surprise to find that she lived only a few miles from me. Along with Pappy and his wife Joanie I met quite a few members of the Primitive Archer Family and have enjoyed the many stories that have come my way. I have been the editor of the magazine for a long time now and it’s time for some new blood to take over. I look forward to all your contributions to the magazine and being able to read and enjoy it from an entirely different perspective. Thanks to all of you as we continue with the great stories yet to come.
Ed Ingold

I first met Ed about 45 years ago at the Crescent H Fly Fishing Lodge in Jackson, Wyoming, where he and his wife, Judy, worked. Ed, was head of the fly fishing operation and Judy made the rest of the operations work. Over the years, we became very close friends, chasing trout in beautiful Wyoming rivers and lakes and wild turkeys in South Texas along with Fred Staehr. Sometimes we would just sit on a bluff in our folding chairs in a far-away place near the Wind River Mountain Range and the little town of Daniel, Wyoming, and watch antelope hunters, on an opposite mountain side, go about their hunting or fish the Spring Creeks that fed Fish Creek along the Crescent H waters..
We hung out with a group of close hunting friends called “The Gezzers”. Ed, still retains the esteemed honorary title of “Ancient Senior Senile Gezzer” or “A.S.S. Gezzer”! We shared a lot of campfires together. They were good years and great memories.
Ed was involved in Primitive Archer in some way from the very start. He even gave us our official corporate name “Bigger Than That Productions, LLC. Soon he took on the job of painting our magazine covers. Ed is an award winning wildlife artist and his cover paintings are fabulous! He then moved to Editor where he has worked on behalf of all our readers for oh these many years. What a treasure. I am very blessed to have such a friend as Ed Ingold.
Thank you Gezzer for everything!
Monroe M. Luther
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